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Puzzle freak, engineer, traveller and amateur musician.


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Sep
15
revised Attempting to install tmux on CentOS 6.4 or CentOS 6.5 fails with error: ‘EVBUFFER_EOL_LF’ undeclared
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Sep
7
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Jul
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Jul
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Jun
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awarded  Self-Learner
May
7
revised Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
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Apr
29
accepted Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
Apr
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revised Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
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Apr
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revised Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
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Apr
27
revised Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
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Apr
27
asked Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
Apr
27
answered Vim colors do not appear correctly in tmux terminal running within rxvt-unicode terminal
Apr
15
awarded  Student
Apr
10
accepted Attempting to install tmux on CentOS 6.4 or CentOS 6.5 fails with error: ‘EVBUFFER_EOL_LF’ undeclared
Apr
10
comment What's the best prefix/escape sequence for screen or tmux?
I use C-j too. This is what I use in my ~/.tmux.conf: set -g prefix2 C-j; bind-key C-j send-prefix -2
Apr
10
comment What's the best prefix/escape sequence for screen or tmux?
I agree with @MuQiao. Ctrl-o is used in Vim to jump to an older cursor position (equivalent of back button in many IDEs), a feature I use very often while browsing code in Vim. Ctrl-b is synonymous to PageUp in Vim. I don't use Ctrl-b at all on Vim. So for Vim users like me, Ctrl-b is still a better choice than Ctrl-o. I use C-j as my prefix key since C-j is synonymous to j or <Down> in Vim and nobody uses C-j to move one line down in Vim. I have this in my ~/.tmux.conf: set -g prefix2 C-j; bind-key C-j send-prefix -2
Apr
7
accepted Vimperator could not be installed because it is not compatible with Iceweasel 17.0.9
Apr
7
asked Attempting to install tmux on CentOS 6.4 or CentOS 6.5 fails with error: ‘EVBUFFER_EOL_LF’ undeclared