I've tried searching this on google but have been very unsuccessful so I've resorted to trying to get someone's help with this.
On my local machine I do the following:
$ tmux CTRL+b CTRL+z $ fg
and I get my TMUX session back, this is pretty simple job control stuff. But if I do the same in an ssh session on another machine I'm not getting my prompt back.
$ ssh host $ tmux CTRL+b CTRL+z *Tmux disappears but I never get a prompt back to type 'fg'
I have both of the machines using zsh with almost identical setups but I can never regain control of the sleeped tmux process on the ssh session. I would be forever grateful if someone could point me in the right direction
EDIT: (CTRL+b CTRL+z) not just (CTRL+z)