How can I
tail -f a file that over the network, say at
I have tried the variations of the following:
tail -f //192.168.2.130/Southpaw/Tactic/print.logwhich erred saying
tail: cannot open `//192.168.2.130/Southpaw/Tactic/print.log' for reading: No such file or directory
- Mounted the path using the
mount -t cifsand then tried
tail -fbut that isn't working either, meaning it doesn't output the updates that are made to the file.