Hi, I’m trying to do use ftp-remote-edit to allow editing and executing code on another machine.
Both machines are running Windows 10 and Julia 1.4.1.
I have openSSH running on the remote machine and I can log in from the local machine using ssh (and run Julia manually) and I can copy files with sftp.
Inside Juno on the local machine, I set up the info for the remote machine, and I can view the directory structure of the remote machine, so Atom is successfully accessing the remote computer. However, when I try to open a file, I get an error like:
ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'C:\Users\klaff\AppData\Local\Temp\146a62c9\REMOTE_MACHINE\D:\topdir\lowerdir\somefile.jl
I assume the
D: in the middle of that path (present because the remote machine is a windows box!) is invalid in the path name and prevents the file from actually getting copied to the local temp folder.
In addition, when I try to run the remote REPL, I get a different error, coming from remote.js.
Both of these errors show up briefly in a popup window, but other than doing a quick screen capture, I’m not sure where to find them to copy/paste. For the file errror, not a big deal, but for the error in remote.js, it’s a lot of text and much of it doesn’t fit in the popup.