Hi I’m new to ThinLinc and I tried it run it on my MacBook, but however I tried I end up with receiving this message
I have installed Rosetta and I found no security warnings while opening.
Chip: Apple M1 Pro
MacOS: macOS Sonoma 14.2.1 (23C71)
Hello @Tsengkun_Tso, and welcome to the community forum!
Thank you for your report. Is it correctly assumed that this is after you installed ThinLinc?
It’s my first time using ThinLinc. I dragged the application icon to the Application folder and tried to open it. And I also tried opening it immediately after decompression, both result in the same ‘can’t be opened’ warning
It’s my first time using ThinLinc. I dragged the application icon to the Application folder and tried to open it
That’s generally sufficient. Could you show us the output of:
ls -al "/Applications/ThinLinc Client.app/Contents/MacOS/tlclient"
That command has to be executed inside the Terminal application.
-rw-r–r–@ 1 tsengkuntso staff 3174496 Aug 21 10:12 /Applications/ThinLinc Client.app/Contents/MacOS/tlclient
Thank you, that explains it. The
tlclient file is not executable.
You can correct the permission with
chmod 755 "/Applications/ThinLinc Client.app/Contents/MacOS/tlclient"
Please try that and see if launching the client works.
I bit curious how that ended up like that. Are you using any third-party software to mount the downloaded ThinLinc Client .ISO file?
Thank you so much, it works now!
Yes, I generally use The Unarchiver to mount files. After you mentioned it, I tried to use the DiskImageMounter to mount and then I opened ThinLinc successfully.
Using the Unarchiver results in a folder like this, and I didn’t realize it’s not executable from the looks of it and I dragged it into the Application folder anyway.
Again, huge thanks to you Martin!
Really glad to hear that you got it up and running!
Please open a new thread if there’s anything else we can assist you with!