I’ve just noticed that Cabbage has a “save to RPi” feature using SSH. I managed to get it to pick up the pi (3B+) after a while of debugging.
This is fairly nontrivial to set up, and there’s no documentation I could find on the subject.
At first, Cabbage would just hang whenever I attempted to use the feature. I figured out that this is because my computer didn’t have an RSA / ssh key associated with the pi, which forced it to require a password. Cabbage was unable to handle that condition, and as it requires user input at some nonexistant terminal, it crashes. To fix that, I had to fire up powershell and generate and append the necessary keys to my .ssh folder.
Now, it lets me see some of the files on my pi, but the browser is almost nonfunctional. It has refresh issues and an unfriendly naming scheme for folders that seems like some sort of verbose, ugly
As far as I can tell, the system doesn’t actually save a file when you hit return. Thus far I’ve tried:
Unfortunately, it seems like my files don’t actually save. Any help? I could manually move them with SSH copy or something, but I’d love to use the built in system.