Haguichi 1.3.6 Released

Haguichi 1.3.6 has been wrapped together with a nice bunch of updates: Client side decorations are now used on Deepin and KDE desktops. Added support for gvncviewer, vncviewer, xtightvncviewer, xvnc4viewer and rdesktop. Added SSH to the default command set (as… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.3.1 Released

Haguichi 1.3.1 has been released to bring updated metadata and improved compatibility for a plethora of systems: Added AppData XML file for GNOME Software Center. Added keywords to .desktop file to improve findability in application launchers. Improved compatibility with GTK+… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.25 Released

Haguichi 1.0.25 has come around the corner to bring the following updates: Improved shading of the hi-res application icon so that it looks better on dark backgrounds. All automatically detectable terminal applications are now called using the -e option with… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.19 Released

Ho, ho, ho! Santa Claus has come to town and dropped some presents: Applications to use as terminal, file manager and remote desktop viewer can now be automatically detected. Make sure your commands are respectively using the variables %TERMINAL, %FILEMANAGER… Continue Reading →

Haguichi 1.0.1 Released

Haguichi 1.0.1 is out! Changes are: Added support for attaching the HamachiĀ² client to a LogMeIn account. Improved out of the box support for different environments: The default commands are now using KDE applications when a KDE session is detected…. Continue Reading →

What commands do you use?

As you may have noticed, Haguichi currently ships with three default commands, specifically: Browse Shares (nautilus smb://%A/) View Remote Desktop (vinagre %A) Ping (gnome-terminal -x ping %A) Now, I’m interested to know what commands you actually use. Especially if you… Continue Reading →

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