I'm trying to make a pretty nice desktop console which can show system logs from /dev/logi . The device displays new content from several files in /var/log . I want to use urxvt and tmux to do so. Everything seems to be working, but I have no idea how to autostart it.
I have a few terminals open. I'd like to send the processes in those terminals to a tmux session rather than saving, closing, restarting under tmux, and then getting the process back to the state it's currently in.
How do I attach a running non-tmux process to a tmux session?
The tmux session is independent of your SSH connection. You detach from the tmux session and the close the SSH connection and then when you SSH back in, you reattach to the tmux session and it is as if you have never left. That's the whole point of tmux/screen.The ClientAlive settings have nothing to do with tmux; they are about the resilience of your connection to the server.
I'm looking to switch from screen to tmux for my terminal multiplexing needs, but there's a feature of screen that I need to replicate in tmux: the -X option, which allows one to run arbitrary screen commands inside an existing screen session.
Hi,As a i3 user, I do not really use tmux or urxvt-tabbed anymore to manage my tabs.But I really miss the fact that tmux open a new shell on the same directory as the previous one.To emulate this feature, I wrote a simple C program which print the current working directory of the focused window so you can do things like that:urxvt -cd `xcwd`There is no proper way to get the working directory of a