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Combining local and remote terminal multiplexing

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). ...
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How do I increase my iterm (tmux) window scrollback (not the line scrollback)

When I want to scroll back, i.e. with my mouse (or with PageUp) I can only go up about 43 pages (about 2000 lines). Can I increase that? I have my terminal preference -> "Scrollback Lines" set to ...
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tmux: shared session, one user in a pane, another in another pane, two different cursors

I've decided to try tmux: have been reading the docs and googling around, trying to find a way to have two users sharing a session, each with a different cursor. However, giving 777 permissions to ...
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vim and tmux on the same line

I would like to figure out a way to get my vim statusline and tmux statusline on the same line if such a thing is possible and not immensely difficult (ideally, the vim prompt, or whatever it's called ...
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tmux, TERM and 256 colours support

Introduction My question arises from the necessity of understanding why I have now (after multiple trials) Terminal and tmux which support 256 colours even with tput colors that tells me they are ...
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How do I find out the keycodes for Ctrl+up and down arrow for TERM=screen?

I am using tmux a lot, and I have already managed to tune my OS X terminal to send the correct key codes for Ctrl+left and right arrow (\033b and \033f). I found those information on the web. However, ...
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Garbled text in tmux menus

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 ...
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“Overlay” a shell prompt on top of a terminal session? [closed]

I have several CLI application ideas that would be nice to run as an "overlay" on top of my terminal session. In other words I would like to superimpose a box containing a real live shell prompt on ...
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How to manage TMUX sessions via files?

I'm finding the way to automatically save TMUX-session in file when I reboot my computer, and also I want TMUX to restore session from file if it's exist on start. Now I'm using the same method with ...
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Copy / paste text selections between tmux and the clipboard

I am running the latest version of tmux (from the git repository) and xclip (0.12), and I would like to be able to use Emacs-like keyboard bindings to move around the text in copy-mode, copy (M-w) ...
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316 views

Tmux status bar question

I'm fairly new to tmux and to truly master and learn it, I decided to make myself a fresh .tmux.conf I was wondering, though, if it's possible to hide a path in the status bar. For example, I have ...
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tmux status line with blank line on top?

I have a nice tmux status line, but I don't like how the bash/commands run flush along it...that is, if the screen is full, i'm typing things right above the status line. I'd like a one line break ...
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How can I find the valid values for TERM to use in tmux?

When starting tmux I need to pass a valid terminal type. Since I am scripting the initial startup of tmux I would like to cover all bases by figuring out the valid values of TERM on the current ...
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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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Reset background to transparent with tmux?

I recently set up tmux-powerline and noticed that the background color on the status-left, if changed, refuses to go back to default and transparent (if transparency is enabled). I was able to fix ...
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How to copy from/to the tmux 'clipboard' with shell pipes?

When working in a shell environment I run fairly often into the need to copy 'intermediate pipe output' around (eg. from/to already running editors, to other shells, other machines, etc.). When in a ...
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emacs colors based on $TERM environment variable

I want to know if it is possible to make emacs, when running in a gnu screen or tmux session, use the same colors as when TERM=xterm. In a gnu screen or tmux session, TERM=screen and emacs uses a ...
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Ctrl-C does not work with pppd non-detached session

I have a Mini2440 ARM Board, and I have put a base Debian 6.0 system on it using multistrap. I have used tmux to run several processes in defferent windows from /etc/rc.local. I connect to the board ...
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Tmux output is slower when vertical splits exist: why?

When I use Tmux and split the window into panes, I notice that programs are quite a bit slower to print out lines of text when there is vertical split (two panes side by side) than when there is a ...
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Fixing scrolling in nano running in tmux in mate-terminal

The problem: I open a terminal (in Linux Mint, so mate-terminal) zsh is the shell Then I run tmux Edit a file with nano Scroll up and down that file with the cursor Issue: When scrolling down in ...
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Cut colored text ignoring color tags

My problem is similar to this one; I want to use cut to simulate a nowrap on tmux, but my output is colored. I know how many columns I want to keep (50) but I don't know how many color tags will be on ...
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tmux — unlimited history?

In your .tmux.conf file you can set the window history with something like: set -g history-limit 4096 Is there a way to set an unlimited history for each window?
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Having tmux load by default when a zsh terminal is launched

My current workflow is: CTRL+SHIFT+T to launch a new terminal window. That starts a new zsh terminal. Type tmux to start tmux. How can I have tmux load by default with a new terminal window?
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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?
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Terminal 256 colors don't work through Tmux [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Getting 256 colors to work in tmux I want to set my terminal to 256 colors. I normally use the Gnome terminal which is shipped by default in Ubuntu but I also downloaded ...
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Background script run at login interrupted when I run tmux in terminal

In ~/.profile I run a script in the background (redshift for changing the screen temperature at night time). After logging in, I can open a terminal, and run tmux. However, at this point, redshift ...
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What do you use to manage your shell history? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Preserve bash history in multiple terminal windows Can I easily search my history across many screen windows? I rely on my shell history a lot, I use Ctrlr and arrow ...
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856 views

Terminal and web browser combination

I often use only two applications, terminal and web browser. I like the tmux application which enables to split a terminal window into more regions. I noticed that I can open lynx in another region ...