Some of you my be familiar with my adventures with installing Citrix on Debian based systems, well I’ve been trying out Fedora 14 and came across a few issues as well.
You can make life a lot easier for yourself by downloading the rpm version from the Citrix site. Once you download this you can install it using the following command
yum install --nogpgcheck ./ICAClient-11.100-1.i386.rpm
A full explanation of the command can be found on the Fedora Forums
That installs all the dependencies so we’re almost good to go until we hit the dreaded You have not chosen to trust “/C=US/ST=/L=/O=Equifax/OU=Equifax Secure Certificate Authority/CN=”, the issuer of the server’s security certificate (SSL 61) error.
The common fix was to just copy them from Firefox now mozilla has migrated to using a cert database. The easiest way to export them is using the Firefox plugin Export All Certificates which can be accessed by using Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Encryption Tab -> View Certificates -> Export All. You will need to rename them first to the correct file extension. I used:
rename .der .crt *der
Then I just copied them all to /usr/lib/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts/ and then it worked.