I have two files opened in vim, each in one tmux pane. I would like to copy let’s say 10 lines from one file to another.
How can I write all the scrollback in a tmux session to a file?
I find even Ctrl+b to be very
emacs like but I understand the point. I’m wondering if I could bind it to a single keypress of a key I don’t other wise use? namely Super_L (also known as the left windows key. for why I say Super_L start
xev in a terminal and press that key)
I’m looking for a clean and easy way to share a tmux session with another user on the same machine. I’ve tried the
-S socket-path option, but it requires opening up all permissions of the socket-path before someone else can connect to the session. It works, but it’s a little cumbersome. For example:
I started to ask this question but answered it while I had it open. I’m going to post this question, follow it up with my solution and leave it open to other potential solutions.
I make heavy use of screen’s “log” command to log the output of a session to a file, when I am making changes in a given environment. I searched through tmux’s man page, but couldn’t find an equivalent. Is anyone aware of a similar feature in tmux, or do I have to write my own wrapper scripts to do this?
I’m trying to figure out how to get
tmux play together.
I would like my default bash shell to go straight into tmux instead of my always having to type tmux every time.
I recently started to use
tmux and like it much, but its green bottom bar is a bit distracting, is there a way to change its color? or a way to hide it?