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If I use byobu, exit only closes the current shell. And I have to close all the shells to terminate the session, which is terrible, because I want to keep all the shells, which is why I use byobu.

Another way is to directly close the window. But sometimes I just want to resume to my local computer.

Is it possible to close the session without disturbing byobu? Or should I always open a new tab/window for an SSH session with byobu?

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Yes, of course.

You want to "detach" from your session.

You can use Byobu's hotkey, F6, or you can use the tmux escape sequence, Ctrl-a-d.

Full disclosure: I am the author and maintainer of Byobu.

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