I pretty much completely rewrote that Q. It was in a poor state before that. When I edited it, it was already closed, I'm one of the users that voted to close it, here's my reasoning.
- Questions should demonstrate some initiative at trying to solve the problem, and the user should be "stuck" on something
- A 2 second search turned up the answer
- Beyond the comment that I left with the link to the software download for Hamachi, what else does one need?
This question, beyond the grammar, which BTW, I never close on.
See my stats if you do not believe me, I edit a lot of peoples questions and answer as I see the value in their inherent value to the site and the community and want to help!
The SE sites are not a dumping ground for random lazy questions, and in my opinion, this question showed no attempt to solve the problem at hand before throwing it here, hence it has no value to the site and shouldn't remain.
So I voted to close it.
NOTE: I did not down vote it, since it already had a couple, and again, DV's are not meant to punish, a person, only to bring attention to the fact that the Q or A is of low value and/or needs to be re-worked.
One additional comment:
The SE sites are a place where people can learn to fish, not to be fed.
If you instead had asked a question along the lines of, "I tried to install Hamachi/LogMeIn on my CentOS box and ran into problem X" then many people would've likely attempted to help you. And a question such as this would've been more valuable to the community in the long run.