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Any terminal program could work with this answer, but I recommend iTerm2. To store connection info and login with a single short command (no password typing required), you could use a key-login combined with an "alias". To use key-login on a server Create an alias/shortcut Once you have an ssh-key on your server and your Mac, you could login with a ...
You could use the file transfer application CyberDuck to connect to the Linux server, using your ssh credentials, and then thanks to Quick Look you can preview your images and many other file types without explicitly copying them, altough you are in effect downloading the data to have the preview.
You cannot as Preview runs on the Mac and loads all the data into itself before rendering it. In general this is how all OS X programs work, the data has to be transferred into the app running in the Macs memeory What can be done is using X11 the normal Linux display mechanism, which was designed to work across a network. You can have X11 programs running ...
Solved my problem using Stack Overflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7165108/in-osx-lion-lang-is-not-set-to-utf8-how-fix The most important part of the answer: Try adding or editing the ~/.profile file for it to correctly export your locale settings upon initiating a new session. export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
Why not just use an SSH Tunnel via OSX's built in Terminal?... Launch an SSH tunnel To initiate your SSH tunnel, simply [open Mac OSX / Linux Terminal] and connect to your remote server via SSH with the following flags: ssh -D 8080 -C -N firstname.lastname@example.org This will launch our SSH tunnel on port 8080 and route all traffic (securely) through the ...
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