A terminal multiplexer is a software application that can be used to multiplex several virtual consoles, allowing a user to access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session. It is useful for dealing with multiple programs from a command line ...

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screen & xterm: how to select text with the mouse in one only pane when window is divided vertically

Interestingly enough, this has also been a tmux issue for some: http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=7311 But currently I am sticking to screen, and I'd like to know how I can make screen ...
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monitor command outputs in separate windows within a terminal

For a list of input text, I want to execute a repetitive command using each element from the list. In addition I also need to monitor the results of each of these commands in parallel. So I am looking ...
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Mosh and terminal multiplexing

Reading this Q&A on the site: Can I re-attach to a mosh session? made me wonder about the use cases for mosh. Say I start tmux on my local client, and then mosh to a remote host from within ...
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Tmux hangs on first start

I am running Tmux on a OSX (brewed tmux), and everytime I boot my computer, the first time I start tmux, it hangs. Doing a CTRL + T to check it's SIGINFO, gives me "waiting..". To fix this, I need to ...
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“sticky” escape key in tmux

How would I go about configuring my tmux such that when I press my escape character, it stays in escape-mode until I press it again or press Esc? I.e. so that I don't have to press it repeatedly when ...
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Terminal Emulator with CTRL+Scroll Zoom

Are there any Linux Terminal Emulators that offer "control & scroll zoom" (allowing you to adjust the visible size of fonts by holding down ctrl and scrolling your mouse-wheel)? Recently on ...