To install, run
git clone git://github.com/nviennot/tmux-config.git ~/.tmux cd ~/.tmux make install
To update the repository, run
Alt + E Prefix (you probably won't need it)
The following key bindings do not require you to send the prefix keystroke:
Alt + | Split vertically
Alt + - Split horizontally
Alt + H Go to the left pane
Alt + J Go to the bottom pane
Alt + K Go to the top pane
Alt + L Go to the right pane
Alt + = Equal vertial panes
Alt + + Equal horizontal panes
Alt + Arrow Resize pane
Alt + PageUp Copy mode and page up
Alt + U Copy mode
Alt + I Paste
Alt + 8 Choose a session to attach
Alt + 9 Cycle left through sessions
Alt + 0 Cycle right through sessions
You can use
tmux-login as a login shell to always run your favorite shell
inside a tmux session.
Important: It's nearly impossible to get a terminal without a tmux session,
so attaching to a remote tmux session (e.g. doing pair programing) can be challenging.
konsole zsh or
xterm zsh (replace with your terminal) spawns a
terminal without tmux.
The status bar is hidden by default (type
tmux set status to toggle it)
because creating windows is not part of my workflow.
I'd rather open a new tab in my terminal, or a new terminal.
To me, Tmux is a fix to what my terminal should have builtin.