I recently started to use
tmux and like it much, but its green bottom bar is a bit distracting, is there a way to change its color? or a way to hide it?
There are many options given in the manual. (See the OPTIONS section.)
Create an RC file:
In FreeBSD 10.1, I have had to add
On UTF-8, many SSH clients require one to explicitly define a character set to use. For example, in Putty, select
And to turn off the status bar...
On colors from the manual...
So, to list the available colors, first create a script, maybe
Next, execute the script, piping to
This produces a list of colors, 1-255, in this format:
Pick a color from the list, perhaps colour240, a shade of grey. In
In Fedora 17, 256-color terminals are not enabled by default. The official method used to enable 256-color terminals by default is given on the Fedora Project Wiki. Follow that guide, or, as a per-user solution, create an alias for tmux to force 256-color support with the "-2" switch.
Then start tmux to test it.
Note that, as @ILMostro_7 points out, it would not be correct to set the TERM type for