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Non-blocking editing of remote files via SSH

On OS X, I frequently need to edit files that are actually stored on a remote Linux server I connect to via SSH over VPN. When I'm at the physical of the location of the server, I can easily mount the ...
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Open file in local text editor from within an SSH connection

I'm not a vim guy. I'd like to be able to open log files in Sublime Text when in an SSH connection from within Terminal. Is there a way I could do this? I'm thinking there must be a command or ...
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How could I run Sublime Text 2 without X server?

I'm using Sublime Text 2 and it's an awesome editor. Sometimes I'm on a slow connection editing remote files and X11 over SSH is too damn slow to be of any use. I could only run Sublime on the remote ...
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Dokan SSH mount and Sublime Text 2

I'm trying to work on a remote project using a mounted SSH using Dokan on Windows 7 and Sublime Text 2. The problem is the file browsing pane works unreliably: it may take ages to "open" a directory ...
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Editing files on an Ubuntu server from Sublime Text 2 running on Windows

What's the best way to use Sublime Text 2 running on Windows 7 to edit files that are located on an Ubuntu server? Emacs has TRAMP which allows the remote editing of files via ssh. Something like ...