Saturday, July 30, 2016

RPiTC v3 1.01 release

Just few days after the v3 0.99 we release this new 1.01 version.
There is an arm platform specific bug in the new systemd 231-1/libseccomp that will cause delay on start due to journal flush problem. So, at the time of writing better to stay with systemd 230 and wait for a patch.

On this release:
- Citrix ICA 13.3.2
- VMWare Horizon 4.1.0
- NoMachine NX 5.1.24
- Thinlinc 4.6.0
- Parallels 2x 15.0
- RedHat Spice/virt-viewer 4.0
- Firefox ESR 48.0
- xFreeRDP GIT build added 20160728
- dFreeRDP build with NEON support
- Kernel 4.4.15
- RPiTC Builder 0.98

Note:
- All the script files, third party binaries, libraries, confs, startup videos and images are located in the /opt folder.
- Default OS come with: Firefox, SSH Server, VNC Server, Docky and Conky.
- Default user/pass: rpitc/rpitc and root/rpitc
- Use the RPiTC Builder tool to install/remove the TC-related packages

Download:
- xz compressed image: http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/RPi-TCv3_1.01.img.xz (364Mb)
- zip compressed image: http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/RPi-TCv3_1.01.img.zip (497Mb)

md5sum:
622731edfc7039a974a2f95693c86526  RPi-TCv3_1.01.img

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  2. thanks ... this project very helful for me to remote all workstation my employee ... :)

    enjoy

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  3. If I want to upgrade from 1.99, does copying boot partition & kernel modules enough ?

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  4. how to auto expand the SD card usage, it's shows only 1.5 GB out of 8 GB card.

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    1. sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get install raspi-config
      sudo raspi-config

      1-Expand FileSystem


      :) Saludos

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  5. Many of the download links in the download section don't work. Can you fix them please?

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  7. Nice work!
    Only one thing, Citrix Receiver needs libxerces-c3.1 and it's not installed.
    For fix this:

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install libxerces-c3.1

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  8. Has the Default VNC password been changed on v3?

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  9. hi all 1.01 image not boot on pi3, restarting while booting. can anybody help me ? mharunoguz@gmail.com

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  10. I have a Rasp 3 and running v3 0.99. After I install Citrix receiver and do the update of sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install libxerces-c3.1
    I can connect to my Citrix instances, however once I authenticate the screen flashes disappears. Any Thoughts?

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  11. for me was necessary to launch (as root)
    apt-get install libcurl4-gnutls-dev

    ln /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libcurl.so /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libcurl.so.4

    to resolve the citrix error: cannot load dynamics module libproxy.so

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  12. need to update Citrix Receiver to 13.4.0

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  15. Hello,

    I can't auto mount my USB keys in RPITC 3v1.01

    Can you help me ?

    Thanks.

    Best regards.

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  16. I'm having issues with Citrix H264 codec, I've written a question on the forums asking for help in detail, basically H264 off works but video is bad with audio sometimes, H264 on screen flashes then nothing.

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  17. I'm having issues with Citrix H264 codec, I've written a question on the forums asking for help in detail, basically H264 off works but video is bad with audio sometimes, H264 on screen flashes then nothing.

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  18. Hi to everyone.

    i made some changes in hostname.sh script and i think, it be usefull for someone.

    1. hostname.sh:

    --- 22 --
    [ -f /etc/default/hostname ] && . /etc/default/hostname

    do_start () {

    if [ "$HOSTNAME_GENERATE" != no ] ; then
    SERIAL="$(cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep Serial | /usr/bin/awk '{print substr($3,9)}')"
    HOSTNAME=$HOSTNAME_PREFIX-$SERIAL
    echo "$HOSTNAME" > /etc/hostname
    sed -i.bak "/127.0.1.1/d" /etc/hosts
    echo "127.0.1.1 $HOSTNAME" >> /etc/hosts
    fi

    [ -f /etc/hostname ] && HOSTNAME="$(cat /etc/hostname)"

    # Keep current name if /etc/hostname is missing.
    [ -z "$HOSTNAME" ] && HOSTNAME="$(hostname)"

    # And set it to 'localhost' if no setting was found
    [ -z "$HOSTNAME" ] && HOSTNAME=localhost

    [ "$VERBOSE" != no ] && log_action_begin_msg "Setting hostname to '$HOSTNAME'"
    hostname "$HOSTNAME"
    ES=$?
    [ "$VERBOSE" != no ] && log_action_end_msg $ES
    exit $ES
    }

    -- 47 --
    and i made new file /etc/default/hostname as config file:

    ---

    # Configuration for hostname init script being run during
    # the boot sequence

    # Set to 'no' to read saved hostname from /etc/hostname on boot
    HOSTNAME_GENERATE=no
    HOSTNAME_PREFIX='rpitc'

    # Set to 'yes' to enable additional verbosity
    #VERBOSE=no

    --

    You can decide if you want generated hostname with prefix or you can keep your config by /etc/hostname. If anybody want i can send these files.

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