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Using <ctrl+arrow> with wsh within (byobu-)tmux within gnome-terminal

I already added the following lines in my profile.tmux configuration file: TERM=xterm-256color set -g terminal-overrides "xterm*:kLFT5=\eOD:kRIT5=\eOC:kUP5=\eOA:kDN5=\eOB:smkx@:rmkx@" unbind C-Left ...
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Is there anything like iTerm2 + Byobu on Windows?

I'm stuck running Windows as my primary OS at work. I'm trying hard to find a good console environment, but falling short. I'd like to have iTerm2 + Byobu. So far I'm using conEmu with the cygwin ...
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Function key shortcuts in PuTTY/MinTTY and Tmux/Byobu

As a long-time lurker on Stack Exchange, I've found answers to most of my problems without needing to so much as make an account. But today I'm completely stumped with this issue, so I'm reaching out ...
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Default byobu vs tmux

What are the main features of default byobu behavior/config for tmux user? I am thinking what to deploy by default to production servers. tmux wins over screen, because it is immediately visible when ...
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Is there an easy way to save a byobu session such that I can reload it after a reboot?

I understand that there is a way of defining windows that are opened in a session by saving configuration files in $BYOBU_CONFIG_DIR. But is there a way (command or script) to save the current session ...
2
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Proper Format for Byobu's windows.tmux?

In Byobu 5.17 (using tmux 1.6), how ought I format the windows.tmux file? I've poked around a bit, but have been unable to find a proper answer. For reference, here's the screen version of what I ...
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Byobu versus gnu screen versus tmux

So far I have used konsole to manage multiple shell sessions but it seems that byobu, gnu screen, and tmux offer a better support for multiple shells. I have never used neither of them before. One of ...
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1answer
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Use Screen commands (C-A C-C, etc.) in byobu-tmux

I was having some troubles with byobu lately while using the screen back-end, so I switched to using the tmux back-end, which works like a charm. The problem is now that my keyboard has tiny F1­-F12 ...
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alternatives to Gnu screen under Cygwin

Are there any terminal multiplexers for Cygwin/Windows other than Gnu's screen? I know of 2 alternatives to the Gnu's screen application: Byobu and TMux. However, neither of these run under Windows ...