enter image description here

It’s running a java program outputting console log.

Config file

# visuals
set -g status-bg black
set -g status-fg white
set -g status-left '#S (#[fg=green]#(whoami)@#(hostname)#[fg=white])'
set -g status-left-length 32
set -g status-right-length 60
set -g status-right '(#[fg=red]#(cat /etc/issue | head -1)#[fg=white])'

setw -g window-status-format "[ #W ]"
setw -g window-status-current-format "[ #W ]"
setw -g window-status-fg white
setw -g window-status-current-fg cyan
setw -g window-status-current-attr default

# Set the prefix to ^A.
unbind C-b
set -g prefix ^A
bind a send-prefix

# Bind appropriate commands similar to screen.
# lockscreen ^X x
unbind ^X
bind ^X lock-server
unbind x
bind x lock-server

# screen ^C c
unbind ^C
bind ^C new-window
bind c new-window

# detach ^D d
unbind ^D
bind ^D detach

# displays *
unbind *
bind * list-clients

# next ^@ ^N sp n
unbind ^@
bind ^@ next-window
unbind ^N
bind ^N next-window
unbind " "
bind " " next-window
unbind n
bind n next-window

# title A
unbind A
bind A command-prompt "rename-window %%"

# other ^A
unbind ^A
bind ^A last-window

# prev ^H ^P p ^?
unbind ^H
bind ^H previous-window
unbind ^P
bind ^P previous-window
unbind p
bind p previous-window
unbind BSpace
bind BSpace previous-window

# windows ^W w
unbind ^W
bind ^W list-windows
unbind w
bind w list-windows

# quit \
unbind \
bind \ confirm-before "kill-server"

# kill K k
unbind K
bind K confirm-before "kill-window"
unbind k
bind k confirm-before "kill-window"

# redisplay ^L l
unbind ^L
bind ^L refresh-client
unbind l
bind l refresh-client

# split -v |
unbind |
bind | split-window

# " windowlist -b
unbind '"'
bind '"' choose-window

Command input works, I can kinda see that familiar output too (not every character has that problem) but it’s like character map was completely replaced by rubbish.

Any ideas?

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.