tmux and Your Operating System
As tmux becomes part of your workflow, you may want to integrate it more tightly with your operating system. In this section, we’ll show you a few ways to make tmux and your system work well together.
Using a Different Shell
In this book, we’ve used bash for our shell, but if you’re a fan of zsh, you can still get all the tmux goodness.
We can explicitly set the default shell in .tmux.conf like this:
set -g default-command /bin/zsh
set -g default-shell /bin/zsh
Since tmux is just a Terminal multiplexer and not a shell of its own, we can just specify exactly what to run.
Launching tmux by Default
We can configure our system to launch tmux automatically when we open a Terminal. Using what we know about ...