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want to view entire file /home/joe/workspace/.metadata/.log

Posted on 2012-03-15
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i can only view
/home/joe/workspace/.metadata/.log

in vi editor

I want to copy paste the entire file so I can view in text editor
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Question by:rgb192
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woolmilkporc earned 1000 total points
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Do you mean the Windows editor?

If you're using PuTTY to access your Ubuntu machine just enable PuTTY's
session logging to a file:

"Configuration - Session - Logging" on the left
Check "Printable output" and specify a filename on the right.
Click "Apply", go to your session, "cat" your file, then go back to PuTTY Configuration
and check "None" at "Session logging"

Now you can edit the logfile using whatever Windows editor you desire.

wmp
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Hi,

You can use Winscp tool , for access the linux machine and edit the logfile in windows.

MS
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by:rgb192
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I am using vmware
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by:woolmilkporc
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Makes no difference in regard to the guest Linux you're logged in to.
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by:rgb192
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can I use a linux tool


I cant use winscp, putty for windows (because there is no connection)

I am using a vmware that is only on my desktop computer
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by:rgb192
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any other ideas?
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by:rgb192
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these answers work for non vm enviroments
thanks
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