I don't have root in the OS and sometimes t or tt can reload old tmux window. But I wonder how to find how many tmux sessions in OS and reload it in faster way?

xx@bsa0483:~$ t ls
0: 3 windows (created Sat Jun 30 14:23:58 2018) [129x34]

xx@bsa0483:~$ tmux ls
server not found: No such file or directory

But previously, tmux ls worked on the OS:

xx@bsa0248:~$ tmux ls
0: 3 windows (created Sun Jun 10 16:39:33 2018) [123x32]
1: 3 windows (created Sun Jun 10 16:43:10 2018) [123x32]
2: 3 windows (created Sun Jun 10 17:14:23 2018) [98x29]

Related setting for the tmux is in below picture: enter image description here

  • What is "t" exactly? – Kusalananda Jun 30 '18 at 13:41
  • Related - unix.stackexchange.com/questions/2523/…. I suspect you cannot see other user's tmux sessions without having elevated priv., such as root, to do so. – slm Jun 30 '18 at 15:26
  • I don't want to see other's tmux session, I need to know my tmux session so that I can reload it in needing. – Franklin_hong Jul 1 '18 at 7:24

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