I accidentally screw up my tmux terminal after cating a binary file. Now my tmux is messed up. Detaching and re-attaching doesn't help, nor does a redraw (C-b r). Running reset only redraws the active pane, not the rest. Running ssty sane either in- or outside tmux doesn't help either.
I'd like to include the session name of my current tmux session in the status bar. There's nothing in ~/.byobu/status that allows me to do this and including the tmux configuration directive #S in the tmux_left line doesn't work (for obvious reasons).
At launch, byobu-screen simply displays the normal GNU Screen status bar instead of the byobu status bar. It shows the proper byobu status bar only if I go into "Toggle status notifications" and hit apply (this then persists until the screen is terminated).
It is common to cram useful information in the Unix shell prompt, but I have too many things I want to keep an eye on to fit it all in one prompt: current Gnu screen window, current directory, current time, hostname, current git branch, phase of the moon, you-name-it.
It would be saner to have a fixed status region at the bottom (or top) of the terminal to show all this information, and leave the
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 one window title in a smaller terminal window.
Is it possible to have a multi line status while running on tmux?