Subject: Re: Need help with pkgsrc/net/citrix
To: Martti Kuparinen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Markus W Kilbinger <email@example.com>
Date: 01/20/2002 10:15:29
>>>>> "Martti" == Martti Kuparinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Martti> I have updated pkgsrc/net/citrix and tested it on i386.
Martti> Could someone please test the new version on sparc and
Martti> report the status to me as soon as possible.
Tried it on my ipx (sun4c) and sparcbook 3gs (sun4m), both running
-current (several days old): I've noticed the following pitfalls:
- If the final install directory (/usr/pkg/lib/ICAClient) already
exists the whole installation process ends up in endless loop (some
kind wrong answering the ica client installation script via < stdin)
- In opposit to i386 the sparc/solaris version strictly relies on
existing /etc/icalicense/clientlicense containig an (any?) 8 digit
hex coded 'serial number' > 0. Otherwise you'll get '29: Invalid
/etc/icalicense/clientlicense is neither created during 'make
install/package' nor part of the created cirix_ica*.tgz.
There is a lib/ICAClient/util/icalicense.sh in the package which
isn't usable because it contains a wrong binary reference
(/usr/lib/ICAClient/util/echo_cmd). The latter, called correctly,
produces the only invalid serial number '00000000' on both of my
sparc machines under svr4 emulation, I guess.
Correcting these two points the ica client works on both of my sparc
machines with a small misbehavior:
- The solaris ica client tries to call lpstat which is not present
under NetBSD. I guess, it's no good idea to have lpstat installed
Otherwise everthing seems to work fine.