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Why does tmux fail to “scroll” when entering a command that exceeds one line? (OSX Terminal.app)

When I use tmux and enter a command that exceeds the line, it fails to redraw the previous line. It simply clears the current line and I can't see what I just wrote. It does only redraw the first ...
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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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Tmux hidden input at command line

I've just started using tmux recently, and have run into this problem a few times. Whatever I type on the command line, is hidden from view until I press enter and it is executed. I don't know how I ...
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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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How can I create a shortcut to resize panes in a tmux window?

I am having lots of issues with tmux in mac. Another problem I have is that I can not bind a key in my tmux.conf to be able to resize my panes. What I need is the CTRL-b: resize-pane -U 10 I currently ...
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How to start tmux so that it won't get killed on exit in last windows? [duplicate]

I want to start tmux so that it won't quit when last pane/window is killed. As for now I do it this way : tmux new -d -s my_session_name I can add a windows name as such: tmux new -d -s ...
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copy (to X clipboard) shortcut in .tmux.conf

In order to copy text to X clipboard in tmux, what I currently do is: go selection mode with prefix[ start selection with space (using mode-keys vi btw) select the text and press enter copy tmux ...
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Aliases and tmux

Aliases defined in .bash_aliases and .bashrc don't work in tmux. Can this be changed in some configuration, so the aliases work under tmux?