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    Question Installing Citrix Receiver on CentOS


    I'm trying to install the Citrix Receiver on CentOS (running in Parallels on a Mac if that matters).

    What I've done:

    * Downloaded ICAClient- from the Citrix website.

    * Installed openmotif in accordance with a post on phreek dot org titled install-citrix-receiver-on-centos-6.

    However, when I try to install the .rpm file I get:

    error: Failed dependencies: is needed by ICAClient- is needed by ICAClient-

    I've Googled but haven't found how to install libxerces and libwebkitgtk.

    Any advice appreciated.


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    A very quick Google search shows they're available at a few places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbass View Post
    I've Googled but haven't found how to install libxerces and libwebkitgtk.
    the best way to install packages is via the official package manager. in the case of RHEL/CentOS, that would be yum. in your case, though, those two packages do not appear to be in any official software repos. they do exist in RPM format, though, as sgosnell indicated, so it would be up to you to download them to your local system, and then install them manually using yum, or rpm (which is what yum uses in the background).

    The Mageia Linux distro is also RPM-based, and has both of these packages in RPM format. No promises, but you can try them. Here are the links:

    you can download in a terminal via wget, e.g.:

    Note: those are 64-bit versions. here are the 32-bit ones:
    once they're downloaded, install them. first try yum (as it will handle dependencies for you):
    yum install lib64xerces-c3.1-3.1.1-9.mga3.x86_64.rpm lib64webkitgtk1.0_0-1.10.2-5.mga3.x86_64.rpm
    you might need to pass --nogpgcheck to yum.

    if yum doesn't work, you may have to do it with rpm, e.g.:

    rpm -ivh lib64xerces-c3.1-3.1.1-9.mga3.x86_64.rpm lib64webkitgtk1.0_0-1.10.2-5.mga3.x86_64.rpm
    Last edited by atreyu; 11-25-2013 at 03:36 AM. Reason: use yum first, then try rpm

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