Haguichi – A graphical frontend for Hamachi on Linux

Haguichi provides a graphical frontend for Hamachi  on Linux that integrates smoothly into your GNOME desktop. Haguichi is free and open source software licensed under GPLv2.


* Fully customizable commands
* Notification bubbles
* Rich tooltips
* Sortable and collapsible networklist

Install Haguichi in ubuntu

First you need to download .deb package from here once you have .deb package install this by double clicking or using the following command

sudo dpkg -i haguichi_0.9.0_i386.deb


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11 thoughts on “Haguichi – A graphical frontend for Hamachi on Linux

  1. jordanwb: That seems to be a common theme here on ubuntugeek. They tell you how to install something, but if you don’t already know what it is, you’ll be left scratching your head, searching for an answer.

    A quick google search turned this up:
    “Hamachi is a handy tool lets you connect two computers via the internet by creating your own virtual private network (VPN) and protecting it with industry-standard encryption algorithms. This means that your communications will be safe from prying eyes at all times, creating a private channel between both computers. Of course, Hamachi can also be used in local area networks (LAN) for extra safety.”

    Not something I can use, but I suppose someone might.

  2. Can someone confirm that using this on a linux box will allow me to access Himachi running on an WinXP box? Seems silly to have to ask but better safe than sorry.

  3. I use logme in to reach my xp boxes from my linux laptop works quite well.
    dont rember if i had to install any thing more than a firefox plug in as i donot need to reach my laptop from the xp boxes

  4. Password length is limited to 40 characters when joining a network. So if you use 63 characters to join an existing network you are out of luck with Haguichi.

  5. I have a problem with haguichi: I launch it and when I have to login I can’t because I’m not root.
    I can’t even have the choise to put the root’s password.

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