So you want to connect to Citrix on Fedora 28 to a Citrix site that uses Entrust certificates? Well, the receiver has a few issues with that idea. So to take care of that, there are some workarounds you need to do. I have a link on the bottom of the screen for what I had to do to get it working. You will need to download the tarball files. I used the 13.8 client. You can do it with the newer 13.9 as well, I had just backtracked to get it working. So below is what I had to do.
- Download the tarball to install https://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/linux/receiver-for-linux-latest.html. You will need to sign up for a Citrix account.
- Copy the file to /opt.
- Switch to the privileged user install.
- Follow the install through.
- When you are done, go to https://www.entrust.com and download the Entrust root 2048, Entrust root G2, and in my case, the Entrust L1K certificate. You may have a different intermediate certificate depending on what you are using. You will need to save these to /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts. I didn’t need the PEM, I only had to download the .cer files.
- You should be able to connect and launch now!
From I was finding, this is also what you will need to do if you are using newer versions of Ubuntu such as 18.04.