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Quamachi

   0.7.0  

KDE File Sharing

Score 86%
Quamachi
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  4676
Submitted:  Mar 23 2007
Updated:  Aug 1 2012

Description:

Quamachi is a Hamachi GUI for Linux.

Hamachi is a zero-configuration VPN service. It was designed by LogMeIn.

Use Quamachi if you want to:
* Access VPNs via a mature GUI
* Browse remote Samba file-shares
* Remotely control via SSH and VNC
* Flexibly choose optional dependencies




Changelog:

* Colourised the main tree-widget to increase overall clarity
* Added the ability to add, modify or remove peer aliases
* Improved the handling and notifications of slow logins
* Added the ability to display IP v6 addresses in the GUI
* A warning icon is displayed next to incompatible peers
* Added the ability to set the IP mode via the 'User' menu
* Peer Aliases are now displayed instead of their Client IDs
* Added extra network information, like the capacity and owner
* Now logs off Hamachi properly when quitting application
* Session restoring feature is now handled at the DE level
* Added an initial check for other running client sessions
* Compensated for Hamachi's Asiatic character list spacing bug
* Filtered warning displayed when approaching peer limit




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 Wonderful

 
 by Schnacki on: Mar 23 2007
 
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Now, what do I need to do to compile/run this on Kubuntu? ;)


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 Re: Wonderful

 
 by cbg on: Mar 23 2007
 
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I haven't used a Debian-based Linux before, but I want to try Kubuntu at some stage because I've heard it's good.

Quamachi should run decently after you've installed, configured and tested Hamachi. You can get Hamachi here: http://www.hamachi.cc/download/list.php

The installation instructions for Quamachi are in the "Doc/INSTALL.txt" file. If there are any troubles, send me an email.


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 Re: Re: Wonderful

 
 by Schnacki on: Mar 23 2007
 
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Ok, if you don't use Kubuntu, you wouldn't know this.

I have Kubuntu 6.10 and the newest QT4 packages are 4.2.0. Also I don't have a pyuic4-binary (the Makefile seems to need it).

Maybe I'll find some time on the weekend to look into this.


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 Re: Re: Re: Wonderfu

 
 by cbg on: Mar 23 2007
 
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You also need to install the Python-Qt4 bindings (PyQt4).

Perhaps on Kubuntu the package name is "pyqt4" or "python-qt4".

If not, you can get the source here: http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/pyqt/download.php


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Wonderfu

 
 by Schnacki on: Mar 23 2007
 
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I did. I installed python-qt4 and python-qt4-dev. I just don't have time to fiddle with external repositories right now. As I said, maybe (hopefully) on the weekend.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Wonderfu

 
 by Schnacki on: Mar 29 2007
 
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Ok, I didn't find time on the weekend. I did an update to Feisty Fawn 7.04 instead. ;)

But right now I found that I still missed the packages pyqt-tools and pyqt4-dev-tools.

After installing them make and make install-user worked just fine.

Thank you so much for this tool. :) gHamachi was nice, but as I didn't get to see any icons anymore it was a bit hard to use.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by cbg on: Mar 30 2007
 
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Thanks for giving it another try. I'm glad it's now working correctly.

I also had problems with gHamachi, which is why I decided to write Quamachi.



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 Just one Question

 
 by Schnacki on: May 15 2007
 
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I just noticed the new 0.2-version. The alternating colors are nice. Just one question: Why doesn't Quamachi remember that I want to see offline-peers?

Other than that: It's still working nicely. :)


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 Re: Just one Questio

 
 by cbg on: May 17 2007
 
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Thanks for the compliment.

I figured people would mostly just want to see the online peers, so I put the "Hide Offline Peers" toggle in the 'Option' menu rather than in the 'Settings' dialog.

I also decided to put it there for easy access.


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 Re: Just one Questio

 
 by cbg on: May 17 2007
 
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Thanks for the compliment.

I figured people would mostly just want to see the online peers, so I put the "Hide Offline Peers" toggle in the 'Option' menu rather than in the 'Settings' dialog.

I also decided to put it there for easy access.


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 Re: Just one Questio

 
 by cbg on: May 17 2007
 
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Sorry about the duplication, but it's not really my fault.

Firefox and/or Tab Mix Plus should disable form submissions when someone chooses the "Undo Close Tab" option.

I realise the irony in submitting a third message to undo the second one :-).


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 how to run Quamachi

 
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Hello!
I have installed Quamachi in Ubuntu and cannot figure out how to run it ... since I have no Kmenu ...

I know it does run in Ubuntu, as I saw a video on moka5 where the person narrating the video had qamachi installed - this is how I came to know of quamachi.

I have tried running it from console with no luck.

Thanks for your help.


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 Re: how to run Quama

 
 by cbg on: May 20 2007
 
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For installation and runtime assistance, see the "Doc/INSTALL.txt" file that's included with Quamachi.

Once you're sure that all of the prerequisites are installed, running "Quamachi.pyw" should work. Keep in mind that it begins with a capital Q, and Linux is case sensitive!

If you run into any problems, feel free to send me an email. You can retrieve my email address from the "Doc/AUTHORS.txt" file.


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 Whew!

 
 by wyth on: Aug 5 2007
 
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Man, this this makes my day. I use Hamachi for managing files for work, and absolutely needed something like this. For whatever reason, the terminal wouldn't let me connect to my work network, but your app does. It's also an incredibly clean looking piece of work.

So count me happy.


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 Re: Whew!

 
 by cbg on: Aug 27 2007
 
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Thanks for the compliment and I'm glad you like Quamachi.

Let me know if you've got any suggestions and I'll add them to the list.


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 >_

 
 by cleodux on: Jan 6 2008
 
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Hi, i am new to Linux and Kubuntu.

I downloaded and installed your Quamachi app, i click on install button (instead writing shell command >_<) but anyway, it is installed perfectly, the problem is, i can not log in or connect.

I check if tuncfg already running and i refer to your issues.txt

I don't understand the part where
"Logging in ... failed
Add "/sbin" to yours and root's $PATH statement; re-login to KDE
Try removing the "~/.hamachi/" dir and run "hamachi-init -n <nickname>" (again)"

Could you kindly explain? what is mean by adding sbin folder to my and root's path statement?

Thank you very much >_<


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 Re: >_

 
 by cbg on: Jan 13 2008
 
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Sorry about the delay in responding.

Please run Quamachi from the command-line and issue the 'v' (verbose) option:
python Quamachi.pyw v

Then email the output to me via the 'Help' menu.


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 krdc

 
 by lordoftheweed on: Feb 20 2008
 
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Thanks for that nice GUI.

I think you should add kdrc to the dependencies. Would have saved some time.


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 Re: krdc

 
 by cbg on: Feb 28 2008
 
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Thanks for the compliment.

I thought about doing what you've suggested before the last release, but decided that Quamachi users would likely have 'kdenetwork' installed already.

I'll reconsider adding this as a dependency prior to the next release.


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