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Get started with Hamachi for Linux.
Hamachi for Linux comes with a different feature set than Hamachi For
Windows. To check a particular feature, refer to the articles in this guide.
Note: You must have administrator privileges to run Hamachi commands.
Before you can connect to a network, you
must attach the client to your LogMeIn account.
sudo hamachi login to log in.
sudo hamachi attach [firstname.lastname@example.org] using your
LogMeIn ID (email address) to attach your client.
|Log into your LogMeIn account and go online
||sudo hamachi login
|Attach the client to your LogMeIn account
using your LogMeIn ID (email address)
||sudo hamachi attach
| Display the details and the current status
of the client
| List available networks in your account
and your peers.
- Networks, where
your client is online, are marked with an asterisk (*).
- For online peers
additional information is displayed, such as IP address.
|sudo hamachi list
|Display network information
||sudo hamachi network <network
|See a complete list of available Hamachi
commands, such as joining, creating or leaving networks, among others.
||sudo hamachi help
Which distributions are supported?
See the following article for details:
Hamachi System Requirements.
Does Hamachi for Linux come with a user interface (GUI)?
No, Hamachi is bash (command-line) only.