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Tmux: how do I bind to C— (control-minus)?

I'd like to bind to control-minus in my .tmux.conf but it doesn't seem to work: bind C-- split-window -v Is this possible?
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How do I re-map the changing pane keys in tmux?

I want Prefix + Up,Down,Left,Right to be mapped to Prefix + Ctrlh, Ctrlj, Ctrlk,Ctrll. I tried: bind-key C-h Left bind-key C-j Down bind-key C-k Up bind-key C-l Right But it didn't really work: ...
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How to quickly send commands to nested tmux sessions?

I have the following in my .tmux.conf set -g prefix M-j bind-key j send-prefix I need to press (Atl+J) + (J) + bound-key to send something to the nested tmux session. I feel it is rather slow. Is ...
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How to stop tmux capturing key sequences?

My xterm is configured to produce this sequence: Ctrl ~Shift <Key>Tab: string(0x1b) string("[27;5;9~") \n\ Under tmux it almost always does not work (sometimes it passes through). What could ...
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381 views

Tmux key-bind like to use the windows/super for my meta key in Tmux Without X [duplicate]

I have RaspberryPI with no GUI==(no x.org) I like to bind the useless window/super key to be my prefix. Using Arch for ARM runs great. If think this is going to take more then simple mod in the ...
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Send keystrokes to a process on Console

If I have a terminal with a shell open, how can I write a shell script (any scripting language is ok with me!) that will send a keystroke to any one of the running processes? As an example, how could ...
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193 views

Using Ctrl+[0-9] to cycle between windows using tmux

I have started using tmux but I feel that using Ctrlb0-9 is very annoying, because it's used so often. How do I bind the keyboard so I only need to do Ctrl0-9 for changing windows (like in Chrome)? ...
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tmux “last-session” binding

How could I bind to last (most recent) session? The obvious last-session leads to an "unknown command" error. bind-key z last-session
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How can I bind my ctrl+b so that I don't need to press it to resize my pane?

I managed to be able to resize panes in tmux thanks to this answer. But now I press CTRL-b and then e each time I want to resize the pane (e.g. make larger to the left). How could I bind the CTRL-b as ...
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Tmux Terminfo problem with Zsh key bindings

Zsh in Emacs edit mode comes with the default key binding ALT + Backspace to delete a word on the right side of the cursor and ALT + D to delete a word on the left side. I would like to add the latter ...
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Reload of tmux config not unbinding keys (bind-key is cumulative)

I've been experimenting with different tmux keybinding settings and I've noticed the following: If I reload my tmux config (from within tmux) the keybindings I once had loaded will remain loaded. The ...
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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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tmux after start

Can I configure tmux so it will after running tmux automatically opens two windows named src and cmd? I always type after starting it: prefix + c, prefix + ,srcENTER prefix + c, prefix + ,cmdENTER ...
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Remap select window 2 in tmux

In tmux you can switch to window 2 with prefix_key + 2. I'd like to press rather prefix_key + u. I tried in .tmux.conf this: bind-key u 2 and this: bind-key u select-window -t 2 Which doesn't ...
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How to get vim to work with tmux properly?

I'm trying to figure out how to get vim and tmux play together. My problem is: When I use xterm-256color I get vim to work nicely, but the background doesn't render properly. I fixed this by using ...
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Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard

I am trying to figure out a decent way to copy what I have in a tmux buffer into my clipboard. I have tried a couple of different things like bind-key p select-pane -t 2 \; split-window 'xsel -i ...
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how to close all panes but the current pane in tmux

I have a key bound to setup panes to my liking, but sometimes things get messed up or out of hand and I want to close all the panes and rerun the script. Is there a simple tmux command to close all ...