I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 which runs the Android OS. I have a nice keyboard for it and would like to be able to keep editing and working in emacs when I am not by my main computer.
My desire is best explained through example:
Suppose I am not by my main computer but I have my tablet with me. I would like to connect to my main computer (I would imagine through a terminal and ssh?) type
emacs and then continue working on my tablet in emacs as if I were on my main computer. That would mean that all my emacs settings would be apparent and I can access the files and programs that I normally edit on my main computer from my tablet. These would be various programming language interpreters, git and various files.
How is this best accomplished? Note that I use emacs 24.3 and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Let me know if you need more information. All help is greatly appreciated!
EDIT: I have discovered OpenSSH and learned about config files, and public/private keys. These concepts are simple, however I do not know the necessary commands to set up a connection between both of my machines. Could someone link me to an example? Or provide an example?