We have a machine at work that's running CentOS. In order to get into it, I use
We're not allowed to install any window-management systems on it. Sometimes, I need to do a lot of work on it, such as editing configs, checking multiple logs, etc. All this becomes a bit tedious working on the command line (forgive me I'm not a command line ninja).
I've just been having multiple sessions going in order to have all the logs and files I need up but is there someway I could "see" the remote machine's file system on my local machine, so that I could open and edit the remote machines files on my local machine that has all my nice windows and text editors available on it?