File ICAClient.changes of Package ICAClient

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Fri Oct 30 22:27:13 UTC 2020 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 20.10.0.6
  + Enhanced audio redirection
    - Previously, only the default audio device was mapped in a
      session even when many devices were available on the machine.
      The mapped device commonly appeared as Citrix HDX Audio.
    - With this release, Citrix Workspace app for Linux displays
      all local audio devices that are available in a session.
      Instead of Citrix HDX Audio, they now appear with their
      respective device names. You can switch to any of the
      available devices dynamically in a session. Unlike in earlier
      releases, now you don’t need to select the default audio
      device before launching the session. Sessions update
      dynamically when you plug in or remove audio devices.
      For more information, see Audio.
    - Additionally, this release addresses issues to improve the
      Multi-Stream ICA feature.

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Thu Sep 17 22:05:29 UTC 2020 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 20.09.0.15
  + Enhancement to logging
    - In earlier releases, the debug.ini and module.ini files were
      used to configure logging.
      As of Version 2009, you can configure logging using one of
      the following methods:
        + Command-line interface
        + Graphical user interface
      Also as of Version 2009, the debug.ini configuration file is
      removed from the Citrix Workspace app installer package.
      Logging captures the Citrix Workspace app deployment details,
      configuration changes, and administrative activities to a
      logging database. A third-party developer can apply this
      logging mechanism by using the logging SDK, which is bundled
      as part of the Citrix Workspace app Platform Optimization
      SDK.
      You can use the log information to:
        + Diagnose and troubleshoot issues that occur after any
          changes. The log provides a breadcrumb trail.
        + Assist change management and track configurations.
        + Report administration activities.

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Tue Jun 30 15:21:43 UTC 2020 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 20.06.0.15
  + Optimization for Microsoft Teams
    - Optimization for desktop-based Microsoft Teams using Citrix
      Virtual Apps and Desktops and Citrix Workspace app.
      Optimization for Microsoft Teams is similar to HDX RealTime
      Optimization for Microsoft Skype for Business. The difference
      is that, we bundle all necessary components for Microsoft
      Teams optimization into the VDA and the Workspace app for
      Linux.
    - Citrix Workspace app for Linux supports audio, video, and
      screen sharing features with Microsoft Teams optimization.
      - Note:
        Microsoft Teams optimization is supported only on x64 Linux
        distributions.
    - For information on how to enable logging, follow the steps
      mentioned under Logging for Microsoft Teams.
    - For information on system requirements, see Microsoft Teams
      Optimization.
    - For more information, see Optimization for Microsoft Teams
      and Microsoft Teams redirection.
  + Support for NetScaler App Experience (NSAP) virtual channel
    - Previously available as an experimental feature, the
      NetScaler App Experience (NSAP) virtual channel feature is
      now fully supported. All HDX Insight data is sourced from the
      NSAP virtual channel exclusively and sent uncompressed. This
      approach improves scalability and performance of sessions.
      The NSAP virtual channel is enabled by default. To disable
      it, toggle the VDNSAP flag VDNSAP=Off in the module.ini file.
    - For more information, see HDX Insight in the Linux Virtual
      Delivery Agent documentation, and HDX Insight in the Citrix
      Application Delivery Management service documentation.
  + Update to Citrix Analytics Service
    - Citrix Workspace app is instrumented to transmit data to
      Citrix Analytics Service from ICA sessions that you launch
      from a browser.
    - For more information on how Citrix Analytics uses this
      information, see Self-Service for Performance and
      Self-service search for Virtual Apps and Desktops.
  + TLS version update
    - In earlier releases, the minimum TLS version supported was
      1.0, and the maximum TLS version supported was 1.2. Starting
      with this release, the minimum and maximum TLS version
      supported is 1.2. To configure a different value for
      MinimumTLS, see TLS.
  + CryptoKit update
    - CryptoKit Version 14.2 is integrated with the OpenSSL 1.1.1d
      version.

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Mon Apr 20 14:39:24 UTC 2020 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 20.04.0.21
  + Language support
    - Citrix Workspace app for Linux is now available in the Italian
      language.
  + Improved UI experience
    - With this enhancement, cloud users will notice their apps
      enumerating significantly faster.
  + Audio optimization for Microsoft Teams [experimental]
    - As an experimental feature, Citrix Workspace app provides
      audio optimization for Microsoft Teams running within a
      Citrix Virtual Desktop session. By default, we bundle all
      necessary components for optimization for Microsoft Teams
      into the Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) and the Workspace app
      for Linux.
    - For more information, see the Optimization for Microsoft
      Teams and Microsoft Teams redirection sections in the Citrix
      Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation.
  + Support for NetScaler App Experience (NSAP) virtual channel
    [experimental]
    - As an experimental feature, all HDX Insight data is sourced
      from the NSAP virtual channel exclusively and sent
      uncompressed. This approach improves scalability and
      performance of sessions. The NSAP virtual channel is enabled
      by default. To disable it, toggle the VDNSAP flag VDNSAP=Off
      in the module.ini file.

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Sun Dec 15 11:58:13 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.12.0.19
  + Transparent User Interface Enhancement
    - Version 1910 introduced the transparent user interface (TUI)
      feature, including the VDTUI flag. The feature helps the
      client system to receive the TUI packets sent by the server,
      and the client can access the UI related components. However,
      with the flag set to Off, the “Starting <Application>” dialog
      box overlay would render on top of other application windows,
      covering the login prompt.
    - Starting with this release, the VDTUI flag, located in the
      module.ini file, is set to On by default. As a result, the
      “Starting <Application>” dialog box no longer appears when
      you attempt to launch a seamless app session. Instead, a
      “Connecting <Application>” dialog box appears with a progress
      bar. The dialog box also displays messages pertaining to the
      progress of the application launch.
  + GStreamer 1.x Support [Experimental]
    - In earlier releases, GStreamer 0.10 was the default version
      supported for multimedia redirection. Starting with this
      release, you can configure GStreamer 1.x as the default
      version.
      Limitations:
        When you play a video, forward and backward seek might not
        work as expected.
        When you launch the Citrix Workspace app on ARMHF devices,
        GStreamer 1.x might not work as expected.
        For more information, see Enabling GStreamer 1.x.
  + Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) for Browser Content
    Redirection (BCR) [Experimental]
    - The BCR feature redirects contents of a web browser to a
      client device, and creates a corresponding browser that
      embeds within the Citrix Workspace app.
    - In earlier releases, BCR used a WebkitGTK+ based overlay to
      render the content. However, on thin clients, there were
      performance issues. Starting with this release, BCR uses a
      CEF based overlay. This functionality enriches the user
      experience for BCR. It helps offload network usage, page
      processing, and graphics rendering to the endpoint.
    - For more information, see Enabling CEF based BCR.
    - For information about BCR, see Browser content redirection in
      the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation.
  + NOTES:
    - The pacexec binary is removed from the x86 version of Citrix
      Workspace app.
    - Citrix Files might not work with the “Workspace with
      Intelligence” feature.

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Tue Oct 08 12:07:47 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.10.0.15
  + Language support
    - Citrix Workspace app for Linux is now available in the
      Brazilian Portuguese language.
  + Appindicator icon
    - The appindicator is an icon that embeds in your system tray,
      and starts when you launch Citrix Workspace app. With the
      introduction of the appindicator, the Citrix Workspace app
      for Linux logon performance is significantly improved.
      You can observe performance improvement when you:
      - launch Citrix Workspace app for the first time
      - close and relaunch the app
      - quit and relaunch the app
  + Transparent User Interface
    - The Citrix ICA protocol uses the Transparent User Interface
      [TUI] Virtual Channel [VC] protocol to transmits data between
      Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop clients and host servers.
      The TUI protocol transmits user interface [UI] component
      messages for remote connections.
      In earlier releases, Citrix Workspace app for Linux did not
      support the TUI VC feature. As a result, the client system
      could not handle UI component data from the server properly.
      Due to this drawback, when you were attempting to launch a
      seamless app session, the “Starting <Application>” dialog box
      overlay would render on top of other application windows,
      covering the login prompt. Resizing and moving the overlay
      screen was difficult.
      Starting with this release, Citrix Workspace app for Linux
      supports the TUI VC feature. This enhancement helps the
      client system to receive the TUI packets sent by the server,
      and the client can access the UI related components.
      This functionality helps you to control the display of the
      default overlay screen. You can toggle the VDTUI flag in the
      module.ini file: VDTUI - On/Off
      For more information on Virtual Channels, see Citrix ICA
      virtual channels in Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops
      documentation.

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Tue Aug 27 17:43:19 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.8.0.20
  + This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve
    overall performance and stability.

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Tue Jul 02 18:07:32 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.6.0.60
  + This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve
    overall performance and stability.

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Sat Mar 30 23:08:17 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.3.0.5
  + This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve
    overall performance and stability.

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Thu Feb 07 11:22:23 UTC 2019 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 19.1.0.9
  + Support for Citrix Analytics
    - Citrix Workspace app for Linux is instrumented to securely
      transmit logs to Citrix Analytics when certain events are
      triggered by the app. The logs are analyzed and stored on
      Citrix Analytics servers when enabled. For more information
      about Citrix Analytics, see Citrix Analytics.
  + Workspace launcher with Citrix Gateway
    - Citrix introduced Workspace launcher (WebHelper) in version
      1809. In version 1901, Citrix Workspace launcher works not
      only with direct connections to StoreFront, but also through
      Citrix Gateway. This feature helps to launch the ICA file
      automatically and to detect the Citrix Workspace app
      installation.
  + Retail logging enhancements
    - Retail logging enhancements is an extension of the Logging
      enhancements and Better logging features. The feature
      introduces support for retail logging for many modules and
      simplifies the process of collecting logs. It helps users
      troubleshoot, and - in cases of complicated issues -
      facilitates support by providing detailed logs.
    - For information about enabling retail logging, see Enabling
      retail logging.
  + Keyboard layout synchronization between client and VDA
    - Previously, the keyboard layouts on the Windows or Linux VDA
      and on the client device were synchronized manually. For
      example, when the keyboard layout changed from English to
      French on the client device but not on the VDA, key mapping
      issues could occur and persist until the keyboard layout on
      the VDA was changed to French too.
    - Starting with this release, Citrix is addressing the issue by
      automatically synchronizing the keyboard layout of the VDA
      with that of the client device. Anytime the keyboard layout
      on the client device changes, the layout on the VDA follows
      automatically.
    - Note:
      This feature requires version 7.16 or later of the VDA.
      For more information, see Keyboard layout synchronization
      between client and VDA.

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Mon Oct 29 17:38:06 UTC 2018 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 18.10.0.11
  + This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve
    overall performance and stability.
    For complete list of fixed or updated issues see Product
    Documentation.

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Fri Oct 12 12:56:17 UTC 2018 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 18.9.0.6
  + Connecting this version of Citrix Workspace app for Linux to
    Citrix Workspace services is an experimental feature.
  + Introducing Workspace launcher
    - Previously, the browser plug-in provided along with Citrix
      Workspace app for Linux enabled users to launch published
      desktops and applications. This plug-in was based on the
      Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI).
    - Mozilla Corporation has announced that NPAPI support is
      deprecated as of version 52 of the Firefox browser. Other
      browsers, too, have deprecated support for NPAPI.
    - As a solution, Citrix is introducing Workspace launcher
      (WebHelper). To enable this feature, configure StoreFront
      to send requests to Workspace launcher in order to detect
      the Citrix Workspace app installation.
    - For information about configuring StoreFront, see Solution -
      2 > a) Administrator configuration in Knowledge Center article
      [CTX237727](https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX237727).
    - Note: Citrix Workspace launcher currently works only with
      direct connections to StoreFront. It is not supported in other
      cases such as connections through Citrix Gateway.

- Version 18.8.0.31
  + Citrix Receiver is now Citrix Workspace app.
    - Citrix Workspace app extends the user experience you have
      enjoyed with Citrix Receiver, making it easier for you to
      stay productive. Citrix Workspace app incorporates the full
      capabilities of Citrix Receiver and lays the groundwork for
      new capabilities for future XenApp and XenDesktop releases as
      well as the comprehensive Citrix Workspace.
    - Citrix Workspace app has simplified versioning based on the
      YYMM format, which makes this release of Citrix Workspace app
      1808. The previous release had file version number 13.10.0.20.
    - Existing users or endpoints of Citrix Receiver for Linux can
      seamlessly transition to this new version of Citrix Workspace
      app for Linux by doing an in-place upgrade.
    - To upgrade, download the Citrix Workspace app from the Citrix
      download page and install the app to upgrade from Citrix
      Receiver to Citrix Workspace app.
    - Citrix Workspace app has a new icon set in a blue theme. It
      replaces the earlier Citrix Receiver icon that had a black
      theme.
    - The Citrix Workspace screen overlay appears on the first
      launch of the app or when you upgrade and when you uninstall
      and reinstall the app, to inform you about the transition.
      You can either click Got it to continue using the Workspace
      app, or click Learn more to find out more details.
    - Connecting this version of Citrix Workspace app for Linux to
      Citrix Workspace services is an experimental feature.
  + Bloomberg v4 keyboard selective redirection support
    - This feature allows the use of the Bloomberg v4 keyboard
      interface across multiple sessions. This functionality
      provides flexibility to use the keyboard in all remote
      sessions except the fingerprint and audio interfaces. The
      fingerprint and audio interfaces are redirected to single
      sessions as before.
    - Note: By default, this feature is enabled for x86 and x64
      platforms and is disabled for ARMHF platforms.
    - For more details, see Bloomberg v4 keyboard selective
      redirection support.

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Fri Jun 22 16:37:32 UTC 2018 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 13.10.0.20
  + Logging enhancements
    - Logging enhancements feature is an extension of Better
      logging I. Retail logging support is being introduced for the
      Connection Center, Graphics (thinwire), and End User
      Experience Monitoring (EUEM) modules. This enhancement helps
      users troubleshoot, and - in cases of complicated issues -
      facilitate the support team's job by using detailed logs.
      For information about enabling retail logging, see Enabling
      retail logging. (hyperlink to be added).
  + Cryptographic update
    - This feature is an important change to the secure
      communication protocol. Cipher suites with the prefix
      TLS_RSA_ do not offer forward secrecy. These cipher suites
      are now generally deprecated by the industry. However, to
      support backward compatibility with older versions of XenApp
      and XenDesktop, Receiver for Linux has an option to enable
      these cipher suites. For more information, see Configuring
      deprecated cipher suites.(hyperlink to be added).
  + Multi-monitor layout persistence
    - This feature lets you save the position of a desktop session,
      and then relaunch it in the same position. This feature
      avoids the overhead of repositioning sessions at every
      launch. It empowers you to dynamically adjust and save the
      layout information across endpoints, thus optimizing the end
      user experience in multi-monitor environments. For more
      information, see Configuring multi-monitor layout
      persistence.
  + SoC SDK update
    - Those who use SoC SDK might be required to update the plugins
      for H.264-based session graphics.
  + This dot release includes the gstreamer1 files.

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Wed Mar 28 20:19:50 UTC 2018 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 13.9.1.6
  + Browser content redirection
    - Redirects the contents of a web browser to a client device
      and creates a corresponding browser embedded within Citrix
      Receiver. This feature offloads network usage, page
      processing, and graphics rendering to the endpoint. Doing so
      improves the user experience when browsing demanding
      webpages, especially webpages that incorporate HTML5 or Flash
      video. Browser content redirection is supported only on the
      x86 and x64 platforms.
    - For more information, see Browse content redirection and
      Browser content redirection policy settings in XenApp and
      XenDesktop documentation.
  + Better logging
    - The retail build of standard Citrix Receiver for Linux can
      now generate and send logs through syslog. This feature
      allows the handling of messages to be controlled based on
      their level and origin. Retail logging support is being
      introduced for the Connection Sequence (WD, PD, TD, Proxy)
      and Printing components. This helps users troubleshoot,
      and - in cases of complicated issues - facilitate the support
      team's job by using the detailed logs available. The log
      output is similar to the current debugging mode.
    - The logging parameters, log level, log file, log method
      (sequence, multi-sequential, cycle), and the module to be
      logged can be configured using configuration files. For
      information about enabling retail logging, see Enabling
      retail logging.
  + Support for Citrix Ready workspace hub
    - Citrix Ready workspace hub provides a secure connection to
      authorized apps and data. With this release, Citrix Receiver
      for Linux enhances the implementation for workspace hub
      plug-in, which enables support for the Citrix HDX RealTime
      Optimization Pack and dual monitors connected to a workspace
      hub.

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Thu Mar 08 18:28:34 UTC 2018 - enzokiel@kabelmail.de

- Update to version 13.9.0.102
  + Browser content redirection
    - Redirects the contents of a web browser to a client device
      and creates a corresponding browser embedded within Citrix
      Receiver. This feature offloads network usage, page
      processing, and graphics rendering to the endpoint. Doing so
      improves the user experience when browsing demanding
      webpages, especially webpages that incorporate HTML5 or Flash
      video. Browser content redirection is supported only on the
      x86 and x64 platforms.
    - For more information, see Browse content redirection and
      Browser content redirection policy settings in XenApp and
      XenDesktop documentation.
  + Better logging
    - The retail build of standard Citrix Receiver for Linux can
      now generate and send logs through syslog. This feature
      allows the handling of messages to be controlled based on
      their level and origin. Retail logging support is being
      introduced for the Connection Sequence (WD, PD, TD, Proxy)
      and Printing components. This helps users troubleshoot,
      and - in cases of complicated issues - facilitate the support
      team's job by using the detailed logs available. The log
      output is similar to the current debugging mode.
    - The logging parameters, log level, log file, log method
      (sequence, multi-sequential, cycle), and the module to be
      logged can be configured using configuration files. For
      information about enabling retail logging, see Enabling
      retail logging.
  + Support for Citrix Ready workspace hub
    - Citrix Ready workspace hub provides a secure connection to
      authorized apps and data. With this release, Citrix Receiver
      for Linux enhances the implementation for workspace hub
      plug-in, which enables support for the Citrix HDX RealTime
      Optimization Pack and dual monitors connected to a workspace
      hub.

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Sat Dec 09 20:16:38 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.8.0.10299729
  + Support for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) authentication
    - You can use Azure AD to enable user access.
  + Support for Workspace configuration
    - You can configure workspaces for subscribers, who might be
      using one or more services available from Citrix Cloud.

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Wed Nov 08 23:07:17 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Installed TeleSec GlobalRoot certificates.

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Fri Sep 22 14:23:32 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.7.0.10276927
  + Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) integration:
    - Citrix Receiver for Linux integrates the Customer Experience
      Improvement Program to help improve the quality and
      performance of Citrix products by collecting anonymous
      statistics and usage information. By default, CEIP is
      enabled, and you can always opt-out.
    - For more information, see About the Citrix Customer
      Experience Improvement Program (CEIP).
  + Using Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) to support
    Enlightened Data Transport (EDT) connections:
    - This allows secure external access to resources hosted in
      XenApp and XenDesktop environments using the EDT protocol.
    - For more information, see Configuring NetScaler Gateway to
      Support Enlightened Data Transport.

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Wed Jul 12 13:36:19 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.6.0.10243651
  + Adaptive transport:
    - Adaptive transport for XenApp and XenDesktop optimizes data
      transport by leveraging a new Citrix protocol called EDT
      (Enlightened Data Transport) in preference to TCP whenever
      possible. Compared to TCP and UDP, EDT delivers a superior
      user experience on challenging long-haul WAN and Internet
      connections, while maintaining high server scalability and
      efficient use of bandwidth. EDT is built on top of UDP and
      improves data throughput for all ICA virtual channels
      including Thinwire display remoting, file transfer (Client
      Drive Mapping), printing, multimedia redirection and others.
      When UDP is not available, adaptive transport automatically
      reverts to TCP.
    - You must enable the HDX adaptive transport policy setting in
      Citrix Studio. You can disable it from Receiver settings.
    - Currently this feature is supported only for direct
      connections without going through NetScaler Gateway.
  + Joint Server Certificate Validation Policy - Citrix Receiver
    for Linux 13.6 and later introduces a new, stricter, validation
    policy for server certificates to ensure a continuous
    improvement of client security. For more information, see
    Knowledge Center articles CTX224709 and CTX221453.

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Sat Mar 18 23:46:27 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Added subpackage ICAClient-firefox-plugin

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Tue Mar 07 21:06:32 UTC 2017 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.5.0.10185126
  + Support for multi-stream ICA.
  + Support for HTML5 video redirection.
  + Support for GStreamer 1.x.
  + Support for the Server Name Indication (SNI) extension to TLS.
    This allows a server hosting multiple secure sites to present
    the correct certificate to Citrix Receiver.

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Wed Aug 31 10:36:11 UTC 2016 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.4.0.10109380
  + Desktop Viewer Toolbar.
  + Support for Relative Mouse and Absolute Mouse modes.
  + Credential insertion SDK (CISDK) for proximity card and thin
    client OEM integration.
  + SecMaker CID supported.
  + Selective H264 supported.
    - Those who use SoC SDK may be required to update the H264
      optimization.
  + Improvements to the authentication dialogs.
    - Receiver for Linux now allows the title of its authentication
      dialogs to be changed by a HTTP response header with the name
      X-Citrix-AM-Title. A user can more easily tell what their
      logging onto.
  + Enhanced FTU experience particularly when using SMS
    authentication.
    - For more information, see
      http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX205892.
  + Enhanced default smart card support
    - When connecting to a StoreFront server that allows smart card
      authentication, if no value has been set for “PKCS11module”
      in the $ICAROOT/config/AuthManConfig.xml configuration file,
      Receiver now uses the opensc-pkcs11.so driver if it finds it
      in one of the standard locations. This means that it may
      prompt for you to insert a reader or card without any change
      to AuthManConfig.xml. If you do not wish to use a smart card,
      select the “Log on with another method” link.
  + As part of the continuing work to improve security, Receiver
    for Linux now uses version 1.0.1t of OpenSSL for TLS
    connections.

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Thu Jan 14 13:27:27 UTC 2016 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Some changes in spec file.

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Mon Dec 20 10:36:11 UTC 2015 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.3.0.344519
  + Unfortunately no changelog available.

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Mon Aug 31 20:44:38 UTC 2015 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Update to version 13.2.1.328635
  + Double hop support for Linux receiver. This will support use
    cases associated with the deployment of Linux Virtual Desktops
    (which are enabled by the recently released Linux VDA).
  + Includes RPM packages.

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Mon Aug 24 21:55:43 UTC 2015 - joerg.lorenzen@ki.tng.de

- Initial package, version 13.2.0.322243
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