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I sometimes run a command like this to set the system clipboard, because I want to paste the result of whatevercommand into a text editor, terminal, or whatnot.

whatevercommand | xclip -selection c

But this uses the X clipboard, and if I'm on a remote system with no X, this won't work. Instead I often use tmux on remote systems.

So is there a similar command that I can use to set tmux's clipboard?

I'm thinking something like:

whatevercommand | tmux set-clipboard
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echo aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa|tmux load-buffer -
  • Thanks! That was what I meant. Unfortunately I didn't think enough before asking, because I realized that what I actually wanted to do this time was to copy/paste between remote connections, where the remote machine is not running tmux. Oh well, that's another question maybe. – Martin Vilcans Aug 22 '19 at 12:11

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