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bio website martinrenvoize.tumblr.com
location Potters Bar, United Kingdom
age 28
visits member for 2 years, 10 months
seen Apr 29 at 12:44

Computer Hobbyist turned Professorial who also happens to enjoy the great outdoors!

You'll often find my tapping away at my keyboard late into the evenings, but during the daylight hours of the weekend your better looking for me at the local river because i'll probably be in my kayak!


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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
I needed the gnome terminal workaround as suggested by gertvdijk. Marked as solved now the answer has been edited.
Jan
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accepted Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
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revised Name a Byobu session?
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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comment Screen orientation doesn't stay in 13.10 (Gnome 3.10)
I'm also having this issue, did you ever find a fix?
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awarded  Revival
May
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comment How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
Thanks Dustin, I'm always super impressed that you hang around here! It's was the 'set -g default-command' bit I was missing in the end.. I didn't realise you needed the second configuration parameter for it to work.
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accepted How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
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asked How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
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accepted Name a Byobu session?
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answered Name a Byobu session?
Oct
17
comment Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
Hmm, that doesn't seem to work for me. Instead I get the whole terminal scrolling, making the byobu session disappear off the screen? Am I missing some additional setting somewhere? (Using gnome-terminal to ssh into server where byobu session is running)
Oct
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asked Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
Oct
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comment Name a Byobu session?
Your a star @J.F.Sebastian , that did the trick. You can even rename a session using byobu rename-session -t <original_name> <new_name>.