@reshama that’s great! Thanks for sharing. A couple of suggestions:
- Maybe mention that one of the top uses for tmux is being able to leave things running for a while, and it doesn’t matter if the terminal closes or you lose your internet connection for a moment?
- ctrl-b followed by ? brings up a full list of keyboard shortcuts, which I find quite handy
(BTW, you may find your markdown files look a little nicer if you use the
kbd tag for keyboard shortcuts, as I did in the 2nd bullet point above - e.g.: ctrl-b . In markdown, simply type:
BTW do you have a twitter handle? I’d love to share your great tips on twitter
I am using this great tool for sometime now, its a plugin for tmux through which we can store the current tmux session (runnning applications, panes, environment) and restore it even after server/system restart. Its quite handy and saves a lot of time while working on local system.