tmux – virtual consoles, background jobs and the like

In this section, we will be looking at another great tool called tmux. Tmux comes in particularly handy when working in remote ssh sessions, because it gives you the ability to continue your work from where you left off. It can also replace some of the features in terminator, if you are working, for example, on Mac, and you can't install terminator.

To get started with tmux on Ubuntu, we first need to install it:

sudo apt install tmux
tmux – virtual consoles, background jobs and the like

Then just run the command:

tmux
tmux – virtual consoles, background jobs and the like

And you will find yourself inside ...

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