Contributed by jason on from the window-management-doesnt-have-to-be-pane-ful dept.
The team over at Hawk Host released a two-part tutorial for users new to the tmux(1) terminal mutliplexer. The official manpage from Nicholas Marriott (nicm@) is excellent, as usual, but it's nice to see a document that aims to assist users that might want to switch from screen to tmux.
Part one covers most of the basics you'd expect: a brief comparison to screen, the default keybindings, window and pane management, and breaking & resizing panes. Part two covers more advanced topics, including modifying the default bindings, changing the look & style of tmux and window notifications. Both articles include screenshots to help the reader visualize each feature.
It's nice to see the increasing adoption of tmux outside of OpenBSD. Thanks to Nicholas for his continuing work on this excellent utility.
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