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Is it possible, using terminal in Ubuntu 12.04, to save the session, with all the tabs and everything opened in those tabs, and than reopen it at a later time?

My problem is that I have a few tabs open, with vim running in one tab with multiple buffers, and another tab with django server going, and its just a hassle to start all this up every time.

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Provided that you don't turn the computer off, you can use GNU screen to get something similar. It gives you the ability to detach and leave everything running in the background, and reattach at a later time.

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Is there no way to save this, and turn the computer off? If not, how can I save the tabs and the directories they are open to,shut the computer off, than open the tabs? –  Errol Fitzgerald May 13 '12 at 21:11
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Give tmuxinator a try. It allows you to store your desired windows/panes in a config file along with what commands should run in each on start-up.

Once you have your configuration file setup you just start up tmuxinator and tell it which config to use and it will open all of your windows/panes and run all the configured commands in the appropriate place automatically.

Can be a huge time saver if you take the time to learn and configure

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