Readme for: Citrix Receiver for Linux, Version 13.3.1
Replaces: All previous versions
Date: March, 2016
Languages supported: English (US)
Readme Version: 1.0
Readme Revision History
|1.00||March, 2016||Initial release|
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Where to Find Documentation
This document describes the issue(s) resolved by this release and includes installation instructions. For additional product information, including system requirements, see Receiver for Linux 13.3 on the Citrix Product Documentation site.
Important Note about This Release
This private software solution is based on Version 13.3 of the Citrix Receiver for Linux. Any known issues in Version 13.3 of the product, except for the specific issues resolved in this private release, still apply.
New Fixes in This Release
Microphone audio quality in sessions running on XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6 can be poor.
In ARM hf implementations, the taskbar occasionally does not flash to indicate the presence of new Lync 2010 messages.
On occasion, USB redirection with a Verifone PIN pad does not work.
After resizing the secondary monitor in a dual-monitor configuration, the Windows taskbar can fail to revert to the original location.
When reconnecting to a disconnected, multiple-monitor session on Ubuntu 14.04, the session window appears on only one monitor instead of all.
Version 13.3 of the Citrix Receiver for Linux fails to pass certain command line parameters, including the -clearpassword option, to older versions of XenApp. As a result, users' attempts to log on can be unsuccessful.
After playing media with Windows Media Player on an ARM hf based Linux client, sessions disconnect.
This release introduces Relative Mouse support - a feature that provides an option to interpret the mouse position in a relative rather than absolute manner. This capability is required for applications that demand relative mouse input rather than absolute.
Note: This feature is available only in sessions running on XenApp or XenDesktop 7.8. It is disabled by default.
- To enable the feature:*
in the file $HOME/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini, in the section [WFClient], add the entry RelativeMouse=1.
This enables the feature but keeps it inactive until you activate it.
- To activate the feature:
Once the feature is enabled, type Ctrl/F12 again to synchronize the server pointer position with the client (the server and client pointer positions are not synchronised when using Relative Mouse).
- To deactivate the feature:
The feature is also switched off when a session window loses focus.
* Alternatively, consider using the following values for RelativeMouse:
RelativeMouse=2 Enables the feature and activates it whenever a session window gains focus.
RelativeMouse=3 Enables, activates, and keeps the feature activated at all times.
To change the keyboard commands, add settings like:
The supported values for RelativemouseOnChar and RelativemouseOffChar are listed under [Hotkey Keys] in the config/module.ini file in the Citrix Receiver installation tree. The values for RelativeMouseOnShift and RelativeMouseOffShift set the modifier keys to be used and are listed under the [Hotkey Shift States] heading.
Fixes from Replaced Hotfixes
No hotfixes were replaced by this release.
For more information about the receiver, including licensing, client device system requirements, and installation instructions, see Receiver for Linux 13.3 on the Citrix Product Documentation site.