VMware has released a VMware View Client .deb files for i386 but not amd64. The aim of this project is to provide amd64 ready .deb files for Debian and Ubuntu.
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vmware-view-client

Note: With Debian wheezy and later, multi-arch negates the need to create amd64 specific builds. The amd64 builds were basically hacks to get it working. I do not plan on releasing further builds unless there is a specific need. Instructions on how to do this can be found below:
Debian: https://blog.mbentley.net/2013/05/vmware-view-client-2-0-on-debian-wheezy-i386amd64/
Ubuntu: https://blog.mbentley.net/2013/05/vmware-view-client-1-7-2-0-on-ubuntu-13-04-i386amd64/


VMware has released a VMware View Client .deb files for i386 but not amd64. The aim of this project is to provide amd64 ready .deb files for Debian and Ubuntu. I am not actively creating amd64 builds for Ubuntu unless someone points out compatibility issues.

The complete .deb files can be found in each version's directory. Make sure to download the correct version for your architecture as I have included the original i386 source files used.

The latest amd64 builds can always be found at:
https://blog.mbentley.net/downloads/vmware-view-client/

I have builds for Debian 6/Ubuntu 10.04 and Debian Sid/Mint 13/Ubuntu 12.04. If you require a build for another version, please send me an email with your request and I will see what I can do to help you out.

The latest version of the officially released vmware-view-client for i386 can be found at:
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/vmware-view-client/

Using the version built for 10.04 will allow backwards compatibility with Debian Squeeze (6.0)