This is a step-by-step guide on how to install and configure the Citrix Linux VDA 1.4 on CentOS 7.2.
Articles in this Guide
- CentOS Installation
- CentOS Configuration
- Linux VDA Installation
- Machine Catalog and Delivery Group
- Linux XDPing Tool
Download the Citrix Linux VDA 1.4 for RHEL 7.2
Transfer the file to the VDI machine. In this instance, we have used WinSCP, created directory /tmp/vda and placed the rpm file there. Navigate to the folder and execute the following command:
sudo rpm -i citrix-linuxvda-rhel7-1.4.0.rpm
Once this is installed, the it needs to be configured running the following command:
You can automate the process and the Citrix article provides the values to populate the values as parameters, but here since this is a single machine, we will utilize the command prompts and basically select the default values except when defining the Delivery Controllers.
Start the VDA
sudo /sbin/service ctxhdx start sudo /sbin/service ctxvda start
Now navigate back to the Delivery Controller, Citrix Studio. The VDI machine should show as “Registered“.
You should now be able to launch the Linux VDA desktop.