vi a remote file

vi scp://username@host//path/to/somefile
notice the double slash

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By: huazhihao
2012-11-23 03:10:50
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I wonder; if I had my .netrc written correctly, could I use ftp:// pathnames as well? or cifs:// to a world-writable mountpoint?
Mozai · 470 weeks and 6 days ago
If no path or file is provided vim opens the directory as a filelist. See help netrw. Any thoughts on this command? I am using port 12345. does website use cloudflare to see anything secured and protected
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