Haguichi 1.0.13 is composed of the following enhancements:
Transformed icon chooser dialog into a popup menu.
Added --skip-redirect flag to logmein-hamachi script calls in order to receive the original response on distro’s using systemd.
French, Italian and Turkish translations updated.
Other minor fixes, improvements and optimizations.
I am a bit of a Linux noobie, but a long-time user of Hamachi on Windows for personal and work use. I still use a Windows desktop and netbook on a regular basis, but as I enjoy Linux, I am pondering setting up a dual-boot on either my desktop or netbook with a Linux distro for fun and was looking at Linux Mint 12 as a possible candidate.
I’ve tinkered with many distros in VMs in the past and many used Gnome 2, which I know Haguichi works flawlessly on (kudos on such a quality product by the way!). My question is, is there a Gnome 3 compatible version of Haguichi in the works, or should I be able to to install Haguichi on Mint 12 with no issues…?
Thanks Ztefn! Good to know! I use Hamachi to often remote into friends/family computers for tech. support purposes and using command-line-only Hamachi on Linux is time-consuming when in a hurry so I much prefer a GUI….knowing I can still use it to connect to both those Linux and non-Linux computers when I need to is great!
I’ll have to give it a try on my old test machine sometime soon when I install Mint 12 on it! You’re welcome for the compliments! :P