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How to Install Citrix Workspace on Ubuntu 20.10 running on Raspberry PI 4


saikat Dhara

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I tried to install - Citrix Workspace app for Linux (ARM HF) - Debian Package on Ubuntu 20.10 for Raspberry Pi 4 version. However gdebi installation shows that the architecture is wrong. Can anyone specify which packages to be used for installation of Citrix workspace on Ubuntu 20.10 on Raspberry pi 4. Also the tarball package could not be Installed om Manjaro ARM running on Raspberry Pi 4

showing the following error

 

Reading package lists...

Done Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

This package is uninstallable Wrong architecture 'armhf'

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Hi saikat

it looks like you have installed the 64bit version of Ubuntu.

Go to Terminal an type in

uname -m

If you get aarch64 you have the 64bit version.

But you can install the 32bit (armhf) to run these programs.

In Terminal type in

dpkg --add-architecture armhf
sudo apt update

Now you should be able to install the package.

But you will get an error that the installation exit with error 2. It doesn't matter, cause the client app will work.

To prevent this error every time you install some packages or updates, you have to remove the file "icaclient.postinst" in /var/lib/dpkg/info

And the last hint: The latest package does NOT work with this workaround!!! It works only to version icaclient_20.12.0.12

 

Karsten

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