I use Putty to connect to Linux (RHEL8). I start tmux (version 2.7) and do some work. Once done, I exit tmux. But the screen text in the tmux session is no longer in the Putty terminal. Is it possible to preserve the text (other than by running command `script' inside tmux)?
Alternatively, I'm OK to save all the screen text to a file and review it. Putty can do "Copy All to Clipboard". But inside a tmux session, it only copies the current screen. I could enter copy mode (^b[) and scroll up one screen at a time and copy, but it's tedious. I read https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/630251/tmux-how-to-copy-large-bodies-of-text-to-system-clipboard but it's not clear how that works or helps.