A shortcut right into your tmux session on a remote computer.
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ssht

ssht is a shortcut right into your tmux session on a remote computer.

You can use ssht just like ssh itself. E.g. ssht root@your_remote_computer.com will connect you to your remote computer via ssh, but instead of simply dropping you to a shell, ssht tries to connect you to a running tmux session on the remote computer. If there is no tmux session ssht creates one. No magic, but very handy.

Installation on OS X

brew tap brejoc/tap && brew install ssht

Installation on Linux

You can either copy ssht somewhere into your $PATH (e.g. ~/bin) or create your own package with fpm. You can find the Makefile here in the GitHub repository. Depending on your flavour Linux you just have to run make package_deb or make package_rpm and then install the generated package.

Have fun!