One thing that I was thinking about working "headless" is that LaTeX rendering might be a hassle. It turns out that it's not! I've just tried the following hack: I'm working on a document with latexmk running locally (on zenbook) while editing and viewing a file (on officebox) via sshfs. It works fine.
This is a bit of a crazy way to work on a document. The idea is that officebox is doing all the storage and zenbook is doing all the rendering / displaying. What is to be gained here? The idea is that officebox is the "official" computer doing all the storing and zenbook is the "un-official" computer.
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