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In a server, there's a persistent tmux session, with several windows running 24/7.

At my local computer, I run several tmux sessions, one at a time, depending on the type of work.

I wonder if it's possible to link-window -s "session:window at remote server" -t "local_session:local_window

I'd just like to integrate one window of the remote session in my current local session.

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This would be very useful for keeping an uninterrupted session on a server while also multitasking locally, without having to run tmuxes inside of tmuxes and dealing with those consequences. I've searched a bit, though, and there unfortunately doesn't seem to be any way to do it. :( – Blacklight Shining Jun 8 '13 at 17:48

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