Currently, I am trying to edit a file on a remote server using Vim's built-in netrw plugin. I can SSH fine into my Amazon EC2 server using a command like this: ssh -i <keyfile> ...
I have two remote servers: Server 1: Linux 2.6.18-238.12.1.el5PAE i686 / VIM - Vi IMproved - version 7.0.237 Server 2: Linux 2.6.18-338.19.1.el5.lve0.8.36 x86_64 / VIM - Vi IMproved version 7.0.237 ...
When using vim under screen, some keys are not working. Namely, Pressing Alt-Left produces '3D' and Alt-Right produces '3C' Also, pressing Up/Down when scrolling list of files in Command-T plugin ...
I do most of my work in vim. I much prefer to edit files using vim locally rather than sshing into a server and running vim there, for many reasons, one of the most important being UI responsiveness ...
I find myself performing this REPL-like action quite often: vim foo.sh scp foo.sh host:/tmp/foo.sh ssh host /tmp/foo.sh # realizing it wasn't quite right vim foo.sh scp foo.sh host:/tmp/foo.sh ssh ...
My work tends to involves using SSH to connect to various machines, and then using vim to edit files on those machines. The problem is that I have to constantly copy my .vimrc file around. It's very ...