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Learning tmux

I’ve been experimenting with tmux the last couple of weeks, using it as a combination drop-in for screen, and for terminal multiplexing all the CLI programs I am also experimenting with as replacements for their GUI equivalents (more on this later).

Terminal multiplexing at its simplest is Viagra canada online creating several “windows” in a terminal window, each of Viagra usa which may have several “panes.” You can get a sense of it in the screenshot above.

Anyhow, I’ve been enjoying tmux very much and Buy zithromax without a prescription will likely be sharing more on it at a later date. For now, I wanted to pass along a resource from the awesomely named blog, Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots: “A Tmux Crash Course”.

I’ve been using Tmux for about six months now and it has become just as essential to my workflow as vim. Pane and window management, Very cheap viagra copy-mode for navigating output, and session management make it a no-brainer for those who live in the terminal (and especially vim). I’ve compiled a list of tmux commands I use daily to Buy cialis professional no prescription help me work more efficiently.

Man after my own heart. :)

UPDATE 5 JUL 2011

Here’s also a “TMUX Terminal Multiplexer Tutorial” from Jeff Story of Jeff’s Home Served Linux Powered Blog.

For the curious, the programs listed along the Viagra for sale bottom of the screen are:

  1. Mutt – email
  2. Newsbeuter – rss feed reader
  3. Taskwarrior – project management
  4. “Journal” is actually a Vim (text editor) session editing a Zim (desktop GUI wiki) document.
  5. ELinks – web browser