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Byobu - send command to byobu tmux session from commandline (or bash/sh)

I run a script which I would like to print the status to a byobu tmux session. So for example print backup finished \n. Is it possible to do this with the name of the byobu tmux window, which you can ...
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1answer
241 views

tmux consuming 100% of cpu

I've been running byobu for a while now, and in the last few hours it has started to consume 30-100% of the CPU on the core it's running on. This a noticeable delay when entering text, or switching ...
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vote
1answer
560 views

How to get byobu to start at startup with a command executed, as root?

I want when the computer start, a byobu session is started and a command executed in the first window (windows 0), without requiring any user intervention. It is very important that this doesn't ...
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vote
1answer
1k views

How to terminate tmux session and processes it spawned

I noticed that i have a running process and I think it's because i initialized the process in byobu which is using tmux. ps aux | grep sidekiq 1000 13786 0.0 0.0 8108 900 pts/4 S+ ...
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2answers
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Byobu with tmux, how to use F-Keys

I'm accessing a linux box with Byobu enabled (with tmux) and I don't seem to be able to use some F-Keys without being binded to Byobu. For example using F6 to sort on htop. I followed this advice, but ...
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1answer
443 views

Byobu creates infinite spawn of “byobu-status -> tmux” children under tmux

When I launch Byobu, my System Monitor shows a new tmux process with a continuously growing set of byobu-status -> tmux children eating-up all my memory... -> tmux -> byobu-status -> tmux ...
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0answers
157 views

How does one include the session-name in status bar for byobu-tmux?

I'd like to include the session name of my current tmux session in the status bar. There's nothing in ~/.byobu/status that allows me to do this and including the tmux configuration directive #S in the ...
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1answer
436 views

How start byobu with session splited horizontaly?

All is in the title. I can't get the right ~/.byobu/window file
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1answer
201 views

Colour bleeds right when writing a custom script in byobu

I am using byobu with tmux backend in Ubuntu 12.04. I am trying write a custom script as shown at the manpage of byobu: #!/bin/sh printf "\005{= bw}%s\005{-}" "$(uname -r)" When being run (using ...