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Multixterm There's a tool called multixterm. It uses xterm terminals. You can invoke it like so: $ multixterm And once up you'll be presented with a GUI. ...


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One approach is to use a terminal multiplexer only on remote machines. Running each shell in a separate terminal emulator has the advantage that you can put multiple shell windows side by side. On a remote machine, resistance to disconnection is a big win that justifies terminal multiplexers, but locally, they have fewer advantages. If you do want to nest ...


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Use tmux set -g mode-mouse on I use an alias "tn" with this (having it as the default in my .tmux.conf didn't work for me, some issue, tl; dr;) alias tn='tmux set -g mode-mouse on'



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