Hamachi for Linux

LogMeIn Hamachi for Linux is a secure VPN client for Linux that offers connectivity to your resources from dispersed environments. Unlike Hamachi for Windows/Mac, the Linux client uses the command line and offers a relatively limited set of features. For details, check the Hamachi User Guide.

Hamachi beta versions are available for Linux with glibc 2.26

Hamachi for Linux (x86/x64)

Hamachi for Linux is available as DEB and RPM packages. Functionality can only be guaranteed with these package/distribution pairings, though other pairings may work as well:

  • DEB packages are compatible with Ubuntu (16.04LTS)
  • RPM packages are compatible with CentOS (7.2)

Download the installer from here:

Hamachi for Linux on ARM (BETA)

The beta release of LogMeIn Hamachi is available for Linux with ARM support. Make sure that you have an ARMv4T or better processor and tun/tap driver installed before running Hamachi for Linux with ARM support.

Remember: The Hamachi Linux on ARM is currently in Beta and is not recommended for use in a production environment.

Download the installer from here:

Hamachi for Linux BETA versions with glibc 2.26

Remember: The Hamachi Linux with glibc 2.26 is currently in Beta and is not recommended for use in a production environment.

Download the installer from here:

We're interested in your feedback. Once you've tried the client, please let us know about your experience at hamachi-feedback@logmein.com. Your feedback will help define the priorities of further development of the product.

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