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Take a look at the tmux-yank plugin for tmux. https://github.com/tmux-plugins/tmux-yank It provides an automated way to copy/paste from tmux to the system clipboard. It works on OSX/Linux/Cygwin systems.


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What you are asking does not seem to be developed on linux yet : Terminator has an open issue, somebody seems to be working on it actively : https://bugs.launchpad.net/terminator/+bug/1301605 Gnome-terminal doesn't seem to have any support. No bug has been filed related to this feature anyways : gnome-terminal bugs Konsole neither : ...


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Start tmux as follows: (cd /aaa/bbb; tmux) Now, any new windows (or panes) you create will start in directory /aaa/bbb, regardless of the current directory of the current pane. If you want to change the default directory once tmux is up and running, use attach-session with -c. Quoting from the tmux man page for attach-session: -c will set the session ...


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Perhaps your upgrade replaced the locale alias you were using and did not provide a useful upgrade path to the new name(s). You can regenerate locale information on the server, but keep in mind that the problem may be in your /etc/locale.gen or locale.conf file. Further reading: Locale (Arch wiki) Why is almost every program complaining about my locale? ...


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The same exact thing happened to me. Building on what Thomas said above, I was able to fix it by uncommenting en_US.UTF-8 UTF-8 in my /etc/locale.gen file (previously none of the lines had been uncommented), then running locale-gen.



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