Hamachi is a proprietary, commercial VPN software by LogMeIn, Inc. With Hamachi you can organize two or more computers with an Internet connection into their own virtual network for direct secure communication.
Assuming you installed Hamachi with one of the .deb files provided at the Hamachi for Linux download page, just remove the logmein-hamachi package: sudo apt-get remove logmein-hamachi That stops the Hamachi service and uninstalls Hamachi. If you want to also remove systemwide configuration files, you can use sudo apt-get purge logmein-hamachi Nov 28, 2009 · That said, looking over those instructions, it had you install Hamachi without making a proper Debian-style package of it, which is a very bad idea. The only way to get it off now is to do "make uninstall" in the source directory (assuming Hamachi even offers an "uninstall" target). Jul 30, 2010 · Install their Linux client. Just double-clicking it after download should be enough. Configure the client in the command line : hamachi login; hamachi attach
Jul 30, 2010 · Install their Linux client. Just double-clicking it after download should be enough. Configure the client in the command line : hamachi login; hamachi attach
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Dec 05, 2017 · Steps to Set Up LogMeIn (Hamachi) on Ubuntu 16.04, RHEL/CentOS 7. The simplest way to create VPN network and connect Linux systems in VPN Network.
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Sep 07, 2008 · While there is a nice interface for the Windows version, Linux users can only access to Hamachi via the command line interface. Nevertheless, with some help from the open source community, Linux (and Ubuntu users) can now install, configure and use Hamachi very easily. Nov 21, 2009 · Update: Due to protocol changes instituted by LogMeIn on or around July 30 2012, the linux-hamachi client version referenced in the post can no longer be used to login to Hamachi servers. This post will be retained for archival purposes. In this post I’ll discuss how to install and configure Hamachi and SSH on a machine running FreeBSD. #install Hamachi sudo make install sudo tuncfg #Hamachi is installed #Create the 'hamachi' group sudo groupadd hamachi #Add your user to the group sudo gpasswd -a user hamachi #Add root to the group sudo gpasswd -a root hamachi #Set socket permissions sudo chmod 760 /var/run/tuncfg.sock #Finally, changing the group of the file sudo chgrp