I use tmux regularly to easily handle multiple terminals on my local machine. Sometimes, I need to connect to a remote machine and start a script in one the terminals (i.e. a pane or window in tmux). ...
I am trying to use the st terminal, but after starting tmux (or screen) in a remote ssh session, the text becomes all garbled. Exiting tmux/screen makes text normal again. Now, I have found that this ...
Both terminal multiplexers (screen, tmux) and keyboard-driven tiling window managers (ratpoison, dwm, xmonad) provide similar functionality. Is there any benefit in using both at the same time? What ...
So lets say you boot up your linux install all the way to the desktop. You start up a gnome-terminal/konsole/whatever so you have a tty to enter commands to. Now lets say I SSH into that same ...
I want to run streamripper in its own X Terminal (window), then split the terminal horizontally, and then run mplayer in the lower half. This is simple enough to do manually, but getting a script to ...
Scrollability of text in some terminals: | tty | xterm | urxvt | guake | terminator screen | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y tmux | N | N | Y | N | N I notice in this ...
Browsing through questions I found about tmux (I normally used GNU Screen). My question is what are pros and cons of each of them. Especially I couldn't find much about tmux.