convinence functions for using iTerm2/tmux integration over ssh.
itmux.sh in your shell and you will get the alias
itmux-ssh, that you use instead of
ssh to automatically create or
attach to a iTerm2/tmux session directly upon connection.
$ source $0 # Preferably put in your .*shrc $ itmux-ssh <host>
To compile and install the iTerm2-enabled tmux on the remote host, you can try issuing:
$ itmux-ssh-install <host>
This is an automatic installer tested on Ubuntu Quantal 12.10. If this fails, you might have to install it manually.
Using with vagrant
vagrant? If you install this great gem, you can ssh
to your vagrant machine by just doing
ssh vagrant. This means
you can also do
$ itmux-ssh vagrant
- Emil Stenqvist firstname.lastname@example.org