Scripting and Automation

In this chapter, we’ll review some different built-in tmux commands that allow us to control to a very granular level how existing tmux sessions look and function, as well as modifying the boot-up process to open multiple sessions and to construct complex environment layouts within those sessions.

We’ll also be taking a look at three variations of this process. The first will demonstrate both simple and advanced ways to instruct tmux what to open and how.

The second example will demonstrate how to run shell commands without triggering a new window to be generated, whereas the third example will return to a similar ...

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