tmux is a terminal multiplexer, which allows users to work with terminals in terms of windows and panes, which can be created, destroyed, attached, and reattached at will.

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quit tmux server and end all running processes

I am running a tmux server configured by tmuxinator. In one pane my django server is running: python manage.py run_gunicorn If i quit tmux by calling the kill-server command, the run_gunicorn ...
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tmux chain keyboard shortcuts, or equivalent for screen's `bind -c` + `command -c`

One nice feature of screen is its ability to assign keyboard shortcuts to groups called "classes". With bind -c, you could assign that shortcuts to a particular class, and binding command -c ...
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Rename Iterm2 tab from within tmux

I can use the following function to rename a iterm2 tab and that works great. function rename_tab { echo -ne "\033]0;"$@"\007" } However, if I run this function while in a tmux session, then ...
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tmux limit activity-monitor window size

As part of my work I typically need to connect to multiple different servers via SSH. I like to run a local tmux session to manage various terminals and then from within the SSH session to the remote ...
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What does the “first pid of a pane” in tmux mean?

The entry in the tmux manpage's list of available variables for pane_pid reads as follows: pane_pid PID of first process in pane However, according to run or send a command to a ...
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How to use Console2 with tmux

I am able to start tmux using the mintty terminal included with cygwin. However, when using Console2 (running on 64-bit windows 7 and using C:\cygwin64\bin\bash.exe as the shell), I get the following ...
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How to execute a cleanup command on tmux server/session exit?

To improve my workflow a little I have written a few wrapper scripts to automatically start some commands when I want to work on a project. When I'm done however, and clean all the tmux tabs for this ...
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tmux: Find “my” window, check if it's active

I want to find some way to have a program find the following information: 1) What window am I running in? 2) Is that window the active window? The idea is, in a program like WeeChat, I'll switch to ...