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Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Add your personal aliases to bashrc the smart way

Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, the bashrc is overwritten every time. We have now included the following lines to the .bashrc. [[ -f ~/.bashrc-personal ]] && . ~/.bashrc-personal If you create a file on...

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Everything you need to know about tmux – Status Bar

Everything you need to know about tmux – Status Bar

The tmux status bar (or status line) is the rectangular box that appears at the bottom of the screen (by default)  when tmux starts. It displays helpful information related to the current tmux session, as well as general system information. By default, the status line...

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Everything you need to know about tmux – Configuration

Everything you need to know about tmux – Configuration

One of the beauties of tmux is its simplicity, in terms of configuration, right out-of-the-box. By default, tmux is fully functional and requires zero-configuration. However, most users eventually break away from the default settings and will begin to adjust and tweak...

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Everything you need to know about tmux – Panes

Everything you need to know about tmux – Panes

What are tmux Panes?A tmux pane is the entity that we actually use to run commands, scripts, and processes, such as ssh, backup, vim, htop, and what have you. Technically, they are pseudoterminals  encapsulating shells, like Zsh or Bash. In other words, they are...

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Everything you need to know about tmux – Windows

Everything you need to know about tmux – Windows

What are tmux Windows? tmux window is the entity that holds panes and resides within the tmux session. Think of a window in tmux as a tab in your notebook. Tabs (windows) help organize your work and group your individual pages (panes) based on some topic of your...

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Everything you need to know about tmux – Introduction

Everything you need to know about tmux – Introduction

Why use tmux?tmux is a productivity tool for the terminal. It is a powerful utility that empowers terminal users to strike a fine-balance between multitasking and organization. While some gui terminals attempt to addess this challenge with splitting, tabs, and what...

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