Yeah, sshfs is your friend :) I use it all the time!
You can use Dolphin and do sftp://foo.example.com/home/bar/
(which is my
preferred method for /browsing/). You can also do that from any KDE/KIO
Slave application, which is soooo convenient.
Recently (last couple of years) I have just run the sftp:// when opening
files (e.g.: kate/kwrite/etc.) because Dolphin /copies/ the file with a
temp name, then opens it in kate ... then it /copies/ it back up to the
server. This method is kind of annoying when editing HTML/Programs/etc
that you then have to go to the server and run for testing.
The upside for the copying is that Dolphin helps in applications that do
not use kio_slave (e.g.: jedit (java), gnome apps) that need to open
Just my $0.0199999
On 10/06/15 01:49, Hernán Ramírez wrote:
I finally learned to mount a remote File System, consider this
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