I realize that RHEL 6 is not listed under system requirements, and 5.5 is, but I figured I would have a go at getting the connector to work under 64 bit RHEL 6.
Following the install process, I created a sym link to my kernel source, and was able to run the pre-req checker successfully. Could not find a suitable speex, so that is the one thing I am missing. According to the script, this should just mean that microphone redirection does not work. All other items present and accounted for.
I installed using the wizard. When I tried to launch qrdesktop from terminal, it told me it could not open the shared library libscrypto.so.6. I had a newer version in /usr/lib, so I sym linked to that, and resolved that error. Now, I get a simliar error about something else:
qrdesktop: error while loading shared libraries: libao.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
A newer libao lives in /usr/lib64, but sym linking there does not affect the error, and creating a sym link in the /usr/lib folder to the newer libao in /usr/lib64 rightly complains that the architecture is wrong.
As I said, I passed all the pre-req's in the script. Any idea how I might get this going? Is the linux connector going to get an upgrade given that the core product is on 7.2 now?