Decided to buy a tablet 9"+. Love that on the ipad app kiosk, and in General synchronization between devices from Apple and they have created an ecosystem beckons. Well, in General, is the standard for magazines and Newspapers, which began to be actively converted to an electronic form... I Think after buying a tablet go entirely to the products of Apple, for a reason love her so much. But there are a couple of questions. Toss-up between the ipad and other tablets. I work as sysadmin and want a tablet to use at work. I have quite a lot of programs looked for the Ipad, but have a few questions.
For example, there is such a problem. To connect to a remote machine via ssh or rdp to copy the extension file, for example .ldif, a tablet, and then this file to transfer to another computer over a Lan (smb) on another network in another city. Does it really do? Is there an analogue of total commander? Generally how such problem to solve in iOS?
Well, generally, if there are admins with the ipad, share your experiences =)
There are SSH clients in the AppStore, and in the console, you can use all the admin is familiar: scp, curl, wget, vim...
julius_Hermiston answered on October 8th 19 at 01:42
Have to suffer I advise you to look into tablets on x86 and there to put all used to enjoy
mackenzie.Mraz23 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:44
Several months ago I read about a programmer who almost completely abandoned the PC in favor of tablets (only the digitization of DVDs he had left on the big computer).
As for your list, then you're doing it wrong: you need at school to connect to the server in the console and there already to work (or to access remote desktop). And to throw files on the tablet to send more — it's not true-path. Consider the iPad just a thin client, diskless for simplicity.
Lowell.Adams15 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:46