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Tmux Bootstrap Configuration

Submitted by on February 17, 2018 – 3:22 pm

Just a list of commands to quickly configure tmux with some of the best (i.e. my favorite) plugins and options. Feel free to disagree – you may be right – but I don’t think so.

The settings below are for tmux v 2+. If you’re running an older distro and for some reason can’t upgrade, you would need to figure out a way to install the newer version of tmux for your distro. Here’s an example for CentOS 6:

Get a tmux cheatsheet and add a convenient bash alias.

Get the .tmux.conf file.

Install tmux plugin manager and resurrect plugin

 

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