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I have files in a Ubuntu server that I want to open in Netbeans.

I wonder how I can do that?

Im running Mac os x.

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Mount the remote volume and search your files under /Volumes/ (MacOsX)

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what do i have to do in Ubuntu to be able to do that? – ajsie Jul 29 '10 at 0:48

Mount the remote path in nautilus, then look for it under ~/.gvfs/.

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My local machine is running Mac OS X. The remote server is running Ubuntu. So I have no Nautilus installed. – ajsie Jul 28 '10 at 20:52
@ajsie: And you didn't think that would be important to mention? – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jul 28 '10 at 21:03

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