Make sure all of these are unzipped and in folders on your desktop.
Find the tuntap folder and open it. Inside is a file called tuntap_####.pkg (Where ### is just a bunch of numbers). Double click on this file and follow the on screen instructions to install tuntap.
After tuntap is intalled, you will need your terminal to install hamachi.
In finder, go to the "Go" menu at the top of the screen and then select utilities.
Open "Terminal" from within the utilities folder.
Once you have terminal opened, you need to get into superuser mode.
To do this type "su" in the terminal and press enter. It will ask for a password, type in your root password that you set up earlier on in the other how to article. And then press enter.
Use the "cd" command to find your files. If you saved them to the desktop, the command would be:
"cd Desktop" (without the quotes) Then press enter.
To get into the hamachi folder, use the cd command again, type: cd hamachi (and then press the Tab key, it will auto-fill the rest of the folder name.). Then press enter.
To install hamachi, type:
"./install" into the terminal and press enter.
Once this is finished, proceed to the next step.
After hamachi has finished installing, you will need to run the tuntap configuration script.
In your terminal type:
"tuncfg" and press enter.
It probably won't say anything. But you can check to make sure it is installed by typing "tuncfg"and hitting enter again. It should say "tuncfg is already running". This is a good thing.
Now that tuntap is configured, we need to initialize hamachi.
Type "hamachi-init" into the terminal and press enter. It will do a few things and probably take a minute or two. When it is done it should mention that it was successful. This means Hamachi is fully installed.
Type "exit" into the terminal and press enter. Type "exit" again into the terminal and press enter again. Now you may quit terminal.
Open up the disk image containing hamachiX.
It will instruct you to move the HamachiX icon into your applications folder. Please do so now. If you would like to, now would be a good time to drag the HamachiX icon from the Applications folder to your dock to make a shortcut.