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You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs      #for# Debianissue basedall OS,these usecmds yumon orlocal zyppermachine
sudo dependingapt-get oninstall yoursshfs OS
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs      #for Debian based OS, use yum or zypper depending on your OS
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

# issue all these cmds on local machine
sudo apt-get install sshfs 
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

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You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs      #for Debian based OS, use yum or zypper depending on your OS
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs      #for Debian based OS, use yum or zypper depending on your OS
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

2 Changed to new-style fuse and removed reference to ancient HowToGeek website with outdated info.
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You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs
 
sudo adduser <username> fuse
sudo chown root:fuse /dev/fuse
sudo chmod +x /dev/fusermount

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

Source : http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/how-to-mount-a-remote-folder-using-ssh-on-ubuntu/

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs
 
sudo adduser <username> fuse
sudo chown root:fuse /dev/fuse
sudo chmod +x /dev/fusermount

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

Source : http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/how-to-mount-a-remote-folder-using-ssh-on-ubuntu/

You could do this by mounting the remote folder as a file-system using sshfs. To do this, first some pre-requisites:

sudo apt-get install sshfs
sudo adduser <username> fuse

Now, do the mounting process:

mkdir ~/remoteserv    
sshfs -o idmap=user <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv

After this, just go into the mounted folder and use your own local customized vim.

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