Hamachi for Mac OS X
By Thom McGrath on
After being supremely upset with the current options for using Hamachi on Mac OS X, and the difficultly of getting it installed in the first place, I set out to solve every issue I've ever had with Hamachi on the Mac. At least, as much as is possible.
It's important to note that I am NOT an official developer for LogMeIn, and this project may not see the light of day due to some issues I cannot yet speak about.
But if this does work out... damn... Hamachi on Mac worries are over.
Look at that screenshot. This is just an early alpha build, and the UI keeps getting better, as well as the features.
A full setup assistant allows mind-numbingly simple setup of Hamachi - right down to creating or joining a network. The peers list allows you to pick from any number of default "services" - actions to take on a peer - and you can quickly add your own. You can even assign one to the double-click action of a peer. The three most useful, "Share Screen", "Browse Files", and "Copy Address" are available directly from the main window with a single click.
At this rate, this new app will have some great features that LogMeIn will want to consider integrating into their official product.