Windows RealVNC Viewer on Linux

RealVNC Viewer Enterprise Edition is secure, robust and easily-administered remote-control system. Main features this version of VNC program are: integrated session security, cross-platform VNC chat. Native linux build isn’t as good as MS Windows version. That why I build Debian package for Wine version of this VNC viewer software.

RealVNC Viewer Enterprise Edition is secure, robust and easily-administered remote-control system. Main features this version of VNC program are: integrated session security, cross-platform VNC chat, desktop scaling, cross-platform interoperability, file transfer, integrated VNC address book.
Native linux build isn’t as good as MS Windows version. That why I build Debian package for Wine version of this VNC viewer software.

RealVNC Viewer Enterprise installed on Debian Sid computer with Wine 1.1:
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RealVNC Viewer Enterprise

To install RealVNC Viewer Enterprise 4.3.1 on Debian / Ubuntu type in console:

wget -c http://rafekz.one.pl/realvncviewer_4.3.1.deb
dpkg -i realvncviewer_4.3.1.deb

Now you can run VNCViewer by clicking VNCViewer option in Accessories menu.

To install windows version of RealVNC Enterprise on linux go to: http://rafal.zelazko.info/(…)realvnc-viewer-on-linux/

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Hamachi for Debian / Ubuntu

Hamachi is very easy, closed source hosted VPN service. It securely connects devices and networks, extending LAN-like network. It is absolutely free for non-commercial use. I have created deb package for easy install this interesting VPN clinet.

Install
To install hamachi on debian or ubuntu follow steps:

sudo su
aptitude install build-essential
wget -c http://rafal.zelazko.info/wp-content/uploads/old/hamachi_0.9.9.9.20.deb
dpkg -i hamachi_0.9.9.9.20.deb
rm hamachi_0.9.9.9.20.deb

Whats next?
If you have hamachi installed you can:

  • Join to network
    sudo hamachi -c /etc/hamachi join your-network your-password
  • Create your own network
    sudo hamachi -c /etc/hamachi create your-network your-password
  • Log in to hamachi
    sudo hamachi -c /etc/hamachi login
  • Go online
    sudo hamachi -c /etc/hamachi go-online your-network
  • List users in your networks:
    sudo invoke-rc.d hamachi status

    (you can enter this command twice to view nicknames)