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Why does gnome-terminal swallow some of my Alt tmux shortcuts?

I've enabled a bunch of no-prefix shortcuts is tmux (like Alt-c for new window, Alt-n for next), which has made my life so much better. The problem was, my shortcuts didn't always work. Maybe every ...
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Terminal with tmux style screen splitting?

Moving from OS X, loving Ubuntu so far. One thing I'm missing is an iTerm 2 like terminal emulator that allows for easy screen splitting. I could use tmux, but would like to be able to copy and ...
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Name a Byobu session?

Is there a way to create identifiable Byobu sessions so that when I've got multiple sessions running, the byobu-select-session menu gives me a list of sessions I can recognize, as opposed to ...
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Can byobu (tmux) show a multiline status

With byobu-screen the default status line had two lines. With byobu-tmux however the default status line only has one line. I liked the seperate line with the list of windows, it let me see more than ...
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Where is the default tmux.conf file located?

I want to copy the default tmux.conf file to my home directory, but I can't find the location in Ubuntu 12.04. The man page states that the file resides at /etc/tmux.conf however this does not match ...
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Terminal emulator left-click to open link

So I've been trying to get back to using Linux as my primary OS. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome 3. I've tried multiple terminal emulators, but they all seem to have a common failing: you need to ...
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Tmux key binding issue

I've switched from using screen a while back to using tmux. I have a tmux config which uses screen's Ctrl+a sequence, instead of tmux's default Ctrl+b. However, one issue I've found is that if I ...
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How do I make the F-keys work in byobu, for midnight commander (mc), htop, etc?

I use byobu with the tmux backend on my 12.04 server. I'd like to use the midnight commander shortcut keys with it, but the F keys don't work. I've seen some posts on the issues here: ...
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How do I get ctrl-left / ctrl-right to jump a word again in byobu?

On my Ubuntu 11.10 machines running byobu 4.37 I can use the key combination ctrl-left / ctrl-right to jump a word at a time in the terminal. However, on my Ubuntu 12.04 machines with byobu 5.17, this ...
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Vim in tmux display wrong colors

I installed Ubuntu 11.10. Then downloaded Solarized theme for Gnome Terminal. From terminal my vim looks good: plugin vim-powerline displays correctly and syntax is highlighted with proper colors. But ...
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Start a tmuxinator session in gnome-terminal on login

I'd like to start a tmuxinator session when I login (Gnome on Ubuntu Lucid). I've tried variations of the following but they all execute and close the terminal window. The following have been given to ...
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Why does upstart keep respawning my process?

I wrote an upstart script to launch a daemon inside a tmux session. It works well and respawns the process if it dies unexpectedly, but I can't seem to stop it manually. The job (called bukkit) looks ...
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gnome-terminal does not differentiate between C-d and C-S-d

When I run cat on gnome-terminal, both C-d and C-S-d terminate it. This is because gnome-terminal cannot distinguish between these keys and sends and EOF in both the cases. Is there a ways I can ...
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gnome-open raises this error when run from inside tmux

The error I get is this: GConf Error: Failed to contact configuration server; the most common cause is a missing or misconfigured D-Bus session bus daemon. See http://projects.gnome.org/gconf/ for ...
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How to get byobu to launch tmux instead of screen?

The latest versions of byobu should apparently be configurable to run tmux instead of screen, but I haven't been able to. Advice appreciated
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Why is Gnu Screen slow to scroll in a vertical split region? [closed]

On my Ubuntu, Gnu screen is very slow when scrolling in a vertically split region (the one you create with CTRL-A |. But Tmux doesn't have this problem. Why is this?
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How to disable window caption bar in GNU Screen?

I usually split my GNU Screen into four regions, and I don't really need the status bars for each of those windows. Is there an option to disable GNU Screen window status bars? I could only find ...
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Lock Tmux Session With Vlock

I have just installed tmux and vlock. When I try to perform the lock-session command, my terminal flashes and then nothing happens. Is there something in my .tmux.conf that must be added to tell tmux ...