- Boot without monitor
- Cinelerra video editor
- Cisco VPN client
- Citrix client
- Gnokii + smsd
- Gpsdrive with Openstreetmap
- HP printer / scanner
- KDE / GNOME autostart
- Kubuntu / Ubuntu from USB stick
- Latest NVidia drivers
- Linux PC as router
- Microchip PIC
- NextWindow touchscreen
- Pinnacle PCTV Hybrid Stick Solo
- Time handling
- Virtual keyboard
- Wacom tablet
The issues below have probably been fixed. First try to install the client the usual way. One problem that remains is that, in Firefox, you have to change a setting of the Citrix-plugin in order to prevent asking the user to start the plugin. Instead the plugin should be started without asking. If this setting is not changed, and the user clicks on a Citrix-link, nothing will happen. This bug also appears under Windows.
The information below is probably obsolete!
Download and install the .deb-package of the Citrix receiver from citrix.com.
Note that there is a 32-bits and a 64-bits version. The 64-bits version contains an error in the installation script. After the installation fails, edit
echo $Arch|grep "i[0-9]86" >/dev/nullinto:
echo $Arch|grep -E "i[0-9]86|x86_64" >/dev/null
dpkg --configure icaclient