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The only problem is, it doesn't work. The installer installs fine on Fedora 16 Linux, but I can't find any instructions on how to run it or add the Linux machine to my list of computers. Have you had any luck with it?
Ok, I finally got both my linux machine (remote) and my windows machine (local) on the same hamachi network (VPN). Now the question is how how do I remote desktop into my linux machine from the windows workstation I am at, because hamachi doesn't have that built in.
Option 1 - Haguichi, but it only supports Linux to Linux connection.
Option 2 - VNC, but after installing no matter what I do I am not able to connect to the linux server.
Option 3 - NXServer, that also doesn't work due to an authorization error.
Am I missing any other Remote Desktop Options? I know the connection is now working because I can SSH into the Server using the 5.xxx.xxx.xxx address (IPv4) and it works fine. Does anyone have a less painful RDP suggestion for this scenario? Why can't LogMeIn make Remote Desktop Sharing as easy for Linux as it is for Mac and Windows right now? Why this double standard??