bryan at netspeed.com.au
Wed Feb 4 10:32:30 MST 2015
> The slightly more horrible way is to scp the file to local disk, work with it scp the modified file back.
I did this, with help from the following page.
> Of course your local vim can edit files accross an ssh connection without mounting as a filesystem. cut out the middle man
> vim scp://you@server/file
> where file is relative to your home directory. This does the scp dance automagically for you in the bacground.
So I was able to use the PC to edit a file on the phone. Though I have
not yet managed to use the phone to edit a file on the PC.
Also I find the numeric addresses clumsy. For example, the phone says
that its host-name is "om-gta02". How for example might I ask the PC to
call it that instead of "192.168.0.202"?
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