|I have a Linux server in one location, used to build a Linux image using Yocto for an ARM. We need to edit and build the source code for our app + the whole OS many times a day. Looking for a solution to remotely edit the code from a remote Linux dev machine (e.g. my laptop). I also need to be able to compile and run the code on the dev machine (code works on x86 and aarch64). Both machines are on the same VPN. Working with C++ and using QtCreator as IDE.
The ideal soltuion would be to mount my server partition locally on my dev machine.
What I've tried:
* Mounting the server partition on the dev machine (over VPN). The problem here is that editing can be tad slow but building is really slow as source and binaries have to be shuttled back and forth accross the internet.
* XRDP into server over VPN from my dev machine - too slow.
* Dev mahcine remote Desktop into a Windows PC local to the server, and from there XRDP into the server. Better but still quite slow.
Any suggestions? Am I missing something?