tmux and vim as an IDE

Gunnard Engebreth

tmux includes most features of GNU Screen. It allows users to start a terminal session with clients that are not bound to a specific physical or virtual console; multiple terminal sessions can be created within a single terminal session and then freely rebound from one virtual console to another, and each session can have several connected clients. The features that differentiate tmux from GNU Screen are[3]

  • tile window panes in a command-line environment
  • remote server access where you have a common layout that you always use, and want a way to quickly jump into and out of
  • ability to disconnect and reconnect to sessions at wilI.
  • tile window panes in a command-line environment
  • remote server access where you have a common layout that you always use, and want a way to quickly jump into and out of
  • ability to disconnect and reconnect to sessions at wilI.
  • tile window panes in a command-line environment
  • on a remote server where you have a common layout that you always use, and want a way to quickly jump into and out of
  • ability to disconnect and reconnect to sesions at wilI.

So cool, you've shown me how to open a lot of screens

Gunnard Engebreth

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Copy of MadPhp2018

By Gunnard Engebreth

Copy of MadPhp2018

tmux and VIM as an IDE

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