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FAQ · tmux/tmux Wiki · GitHub
PLEASE NOTE: most display problems are due to incorrect TERM! Before
reporting problems make SURE that TERM settings are correct inside and
outside tmux.
tmux  faq  tips  example  configuration  terminal  issue  textui  curses  linux  unix  wikientry  github 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
less - Colors in Man Pages - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Q: When I look at a man page in my 'console' (not an xterm) I see some coloration, but I don't get this in my xterm's (e.g. konsole) is there any way I can enable this? hopefully a fairly simple solution? [...]

A: I do the following so that less and man (which uses less) will have color: [...]
xterm  terminal  colour  configuration  howto  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  2010  linux  unix  manpage 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
How to View Colored Man Pages in Linux
[...] By default, the man program normally uses a terminal pager program such as more or less to format its output, and the default view is normally in white color for every kind of text (bold, underlined etc..).

You can make some tweaks to your ~/.bashrc file to get nicely colored man pages by specifying a color scheme using various LESS_TERMCAP variables. [...]
tutorial  howto  configuration  terminal  colour  linux  unix  manpage  blogpost  2017  environment  example  tips 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
Build your own Command Line with ANSI escape codes
Everyone is used to programs printing out output in a terminal that scrolls as new text appears, but that's not all your can do: your program can color your text, move the cursor up, down, left or right, or clear portions of the screen if you are going to re-print them later. This is what lets programs like Git implement its dynamic progress indicators, and Vim or Bash implement their editors that let you modify already-displayed text without scrolling the terminal.
2016  terminal  shell  cli  configuration  blogpost  tips  example  unix  linux  macosx  colour  screenshots 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
security - Can I disable interactive shell access while tunneling web traffic through SSH? - Server Fault
Q: I am looking into implementing SSH tunneling as a cheap VPN solution for outside users to access Intranet-only facing web applications.

I currently am using Ubuntu Server 10.04.1 64 bit with OpenSSH installed. [...]

The -N flag will disable the interactive shell from the client side. Is there a way to do this on the server side?

Besides disabling root access, using rsa key authentication, and changing the default port; are there any other obvious security practices I should follow for this purpose? My goal is to simply be able to tunnel web traffic.

A: After four years this answer deserved an update. While originally I used authorized_keys myself and would probably use it still in some select cases, you can also use the central sshd_config server configuration file. [...]
2011  2015  stackexchange  forumthread  example  tips  configuration  ssh  security  sysadmin  remote  cli  shell  terminal  links 
january 2020 by ezequiel
How to make your own free VPN with Amazon Web Services
Internet users are spoiled for choice when it comes to VPN services, but they either require a monthly subscription, aren’t secure, or are just plain slow. Thankfully, alternatives do exist. They require a bit more technical know-how, but if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.
amazon  amazon.aws  vpn  howto  tips  article  2018  blogpost  example  linux  amazon.linux  2019  windows  firewall  networking  privacy  terminal  ssh  proxy  sysadmin  cloudcomputing  free 
december 2019 by ezequiel
some kind of screen corruption · Issue #1040 · tmux/tmux
Q: [...] I'm executing '/', then repeating that search few times with n and after that I'm using move commands. You can notice some kind of corruption on screen - it looks like some of the lines are duplicated until vim repaints them. For completness, here I'm trying to reproduce this with 2.3, where everything works correctly: [...]

A: [townba commented on 17 Aug 2017]
I suspect that the three emulators that show the problem don't implement everything correctly.
Can you try adding the line:

set -ags terminal-overrides ",xterm-*:csr@"

to your .tmux.conf and see if that helps?
2017  github  issue  terminal  screen  tmux  workaround  configuration  links  gui  textui  linux  unix 
december 2019 by ezequiel
About Terminology [enlightenment.org]
Terminology is a terminal emulator for Linux/BSD/UNIX systems that uses EFL. It has a whole bunch of bells and whistles. Use it as your regular vt100 terminal emulator with all the usual features, such as 256 color support. Terminology is designed to emulate Xterm as closely as possible in most respects.
enlightenment  terminal  gui  x11  wayland  software  links  downloads  source 
december 2019 by ezequiel
Exorcising the Evil Alternate Screen
Terminal Program vs. Terminal Type:
Some background: your terminal's behavior is controlled at two different places, and it's important to know the difference. [...]
article  howto  tips  linux  terminal  unix  configuration  example  links  cli  scripting  vim  tmux  screen 
december 2019 by ezequiel
shell - vim leaves the ouput after quitting - Super User
Q: everytime I use vim, it leaves the output of the last file in the terminal. This didn't use to happen before. It used to clean up all the buffer. for example, the current behavior is [...]
stackexchange  forumthread  2012  linux  terminal  unix  configuration  tips  example  links  cli  scripting  vim  tmux  screen 
december 2019 by ezequiel
bracketed paste mode
One of the least well known, and therefore least used, features of many terminal emulators is bracketed paste mode. When you are in bracketed paste mode and you paste into your terminal the content will be wrapped by the sequences \e[200~ and \e[201~. [...]
terminal  xorg  x11  shell  zsh  configuration  tips  issue  workaround  article  2013  bash  unix  linux 
october 2019 by ezequiel
[SOLVED] Weird characters while pasting in terminal / Newbie Corner / Arch Linux Forums
A: [...] For all having the issue as well and finding this topic through google:
something has enabled 'bracketed paste mode' on your terminal. gnome-terminal (and based on it terminator) does not handle it currently well, [...]
forumthread  arch  linux  terminal  gnome  xorg  x11  2014  issue  workaround  gui  configuration  example  tips 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Tip: 24-bit True Color Terminal + tmux + vim
The version of vim in -current is 24-bit color ready, and the version of tmux (2.2) in -current/testing is also 24-bit color ready. I'm happily using them together. Want a 24-bit terminal emulator/tmux/vim combination? Read on.
2016  forumthread  tmux  vim  colour  tips  configuration  shell  scripting  example  linux  unix  ubuntu  debian  cli  terminal 
september 2019 by ezequiel
How To Route Web Traffic Securely Without a VPN Using a SOCKS Tunnel | DigitalOcean
Sometimes you're on a network that's insecure or has an overly restrictive firewall, and you need to access a website. You want to make sure no one in the middle is watching the traffic.

One solution is a VPN, but many VPNs require special client software on your machine, which you may not have rights to install.
proxy  ssh  vpn  howto  tips  blogpost  cli  unix  linux  windows  putty  terminal  configuration  security  2016 
july 2019 by ezequiel
Adding 24-bit TrueColor RGB escape sequences to tmux - The Terminal Programmer
[...] Enable the Tc terminal capability for the outer terminal (to which tmux is attached) by setting the terminal-overrides option in tmux and subsequently detach and reattach tmux, as the following example (wherein $TERM is st-256color and % is a shell prompt) illustrates: [...]
tmux  textui  colour  terminal  howto  tips  configuration  scripting  example  2016  blogpost  links  patches  linux  unix 
june 2019 by ezequiel
Eliminating delays on ESC in vim and zsh - John Hawthorn
While having a vim discussion on twitter with @_jaredn, I remembered that having a delay in entering normal mode after pressing ESC (switching to normal mode) really frustrates me. This delay exists because many keys (arrows keys, ALT) rely on it as an escape character. Here’s the setup I’ve used for a while for near instantaneous switch into normal mode.
2012  blogpost  links  vim  configuration  keyboard  terminal  tmux  screen  tips  example 
december 2018 by ezequiel
How do I get Vim to recognize ESC key faster? - Stack Overflow
Q: I use Vim, almost exclusively in the console. When I exit insert mode by pressing <ESC>, there is a noticeable lag in Vim's recognizing the command. The lag is similar to the delay when I push the <leader> key, I assume to give me time to enter other characters in a mapping. Is there an option I can set to get Vim to recognize the escape key faster?
2012  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  configuration  keyboard  terminal  example  tips  tmux  screen 
december 2018 by ezequiel
Why does vim incsearch pause when cancelling a search with the <ESC> key? - Stack Overflow
Q: In vim, if you set incsearch then it will scroll to the next match of your current search term without moving the cursor. I often use this to read a section of code without moving the cursor there, because I can then hit <ESC> and the screen will return back to wherever my cursor was when I started searching.

However, vim has a pause after you hit <ESC>, and before it scrolls back to the cursor. I find this pause very irritating. What is the purpose behind this pause, and/or is this pause configurable?
2012  vim  configuration  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  keyboard  tmux  screen  terminal 
december 2018 by ezequiel
keyboard - Consequences of 'escape-time 0' tmux setting? - Super User
I find that when running (neo)vim inside tmux, the escape-key is delayed. This is fixed by putting:

set -sg escape-time 0

in my .tmux.conf. Presumably, this disables the possibility of using ESC as the "meta" key. Assuming that I always work with keyboards that have an Alt key to act as "meta", I'm wondering what potentially undesirable consequences that setting might entail.
2015  forumthread  stackexchange  terminal  configuration  keyboard  remote  tmux  tips  links 
december 2018 by ezequiel
Powerline Escape Fix [usevim.com] [archive.org]
Last week I wrote about Powerline Alternatives, and there was also a Hacker News thread about vim-airline where one of the posters had this useful tip about Powerline:

The delay in leaving insert mode used to drive me nuts in vim-powerline. I posted an issue and the author pointed me to this helpful Vim config snippet as a workaround (original link gone as the vim-powerline issue tracker has been removed, so reposting as a gist): https://gist.github.com/brendonrapp/5944296.
2013  archived.version  issue  workaround  terminal  keyboard  plugin  performance  vim 
december 2018 by ezequiel
tmux session in weird semi-zombie state · Issue #298 · tmux/tmux
Q: [...] I'll attach to a running tmux session and all of the windows/panes in it appear frozen. But they're not actually frozen; they're just not redrawing when they receive input. [...]
issue  tmux  github  terminal  textui  workaround  2016  unix  linux  keyboard 
september 2018 by ezequiel
fenetikm/falcon: A colour scheme for terminals, Vim and friends.
A colour scheme for terminals, vim and friends.

This is v2.0 - vastly improved, with more tweak, less cruft.

Falcon is a work horse of a colour scheme that will (hopefully) stand the test of time - with fewer gimmicks, a more restrained colour palette but with a splash just enough to distinguish everything semantically as well a touch of delight thrown in.
themes  colour  vim  terminal  textui  tmux  neovim  plugins  macosx  unix  linux  github  opensource  license.mit 
september 2018 by ezequiel
The endless litany of tmux and nvim color problems : neovim
A: [...] If your terminfo database doesn't have any entry for the terminal type tmux-256color, try to build a more complete one in your home directory: [...]
tmux  terminal  colour  configuration  tips  example  cli  links  linux  unix  posix  bsd  macosx  forumthread  reddit 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Ubuntu virtual terminal cursor style resetting - Super User
Q: I am running Ubuntu 14.04 and using one of the virtual terminals (TTY[1-6], accessible via Ctrl-Alt-F[1-6]); I want to permanently change the appearance of my cursor from the apparent default, a blinking underline, to a blinking box. I can change it temporarily, but it is consistently resetting when certain applications are run. [...]
(me: good explanation in the "accepted answer"; quoted excerpt from tmux(1) man page provided the only command that worked to fix tmux after neovim left the terminal in a "garbage-writing" state: printf '\033[0 q')
2016  forumthread  stackexchange  textui  terminal  configuration  issue  workaround  links  unix  linux  xterm  tmux  neovim  tips  example  debian  ubuntu  mint 
august 2018 by ezequiel
tmux status-bar corrupted after catting a binary file, how to reset? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Q: I accidentally screw up my tmux terminal after cating a binary file. Now my tmux is messed up. Detaching and re-attaching doesn't help, nor does a redraw (C-b r). Running reset only redraws the active pane, not the rest [...]
2012  tmux  issue  workaround  terminal  tips  forumthread  stackexchange  linux  unix  xterm  textui 
august 2018 by ezequiel
freeze - tmux session stops updating screen randomly - Stack Overflow
Q: [...] When I detach and reattach everything is still fine. But after some random time when I reattach the screen content is stuck. No spinning bar, no progress. I looked into the following: [...]
tmux  issue  terminal  workaround  cli  forumthread  stackexchange  2014  linux  unix 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Home · tmux/tmux Wiki · GitHub
tmux is a terminal multiplexer. It lets you switch easily between several programs in one terminal, detach them (they keep running in the background) and reattach them to a different terminal. And do a lot more. See the tmux(1) manual page and the README.
github  tmux  wiki  links  opensource  license.bsd  linux  unix  aix  hpux  darwin  macosx  cygwin  dragonfly.bsd  freebsd  netbsd  openbsd  solaris  terminal  textui  software  source 
march 2018 by ezequiel
Documentation - iTerm2 - macOS Terminal Replacement
iTerm2 should require little explanation for users accustomed to terminal emulators. Even if you are an experienced user, take the time to read through the highlights section of this document. It will familiarize you with some features of iTerm2 that you may not have seen in other terminal emulators that can make a real difference in the way you work.
terminal  macosx  opensource  documentation  links  tips  gui  configuration  howto  example 
february 2018 by ezequiel
YJL: Terminal 256 colors scripts
[...] but this script did bring back the time I tried to make my terminal emulator to display 256 colors correctly. Nowadays, you shouldnt have any issues for having 256 color support [...]
colour  terminal  screenshots  2013  blogpost  textui  unix  linux  links  software  scripts  xterm 
january 2018 by ezequiel
Tmuxintegration · Wiki · George Nachman / iterm2 · GitLab
[...] For many users, a terminal multiplexer would be a great way to work, but they don't want to accept the drawbacks.
iTerm2's tmux integration solves these problems. [...]
2016  blogpost  tips  howto  tmux  terminal  macosx  configuration  gui  example  unix  textui  cli 
october 2017 by ezequiel
iTerm2 - macOS Terminal Replacement
iTerm2 is a replacement for Terminal and the successor to iTerm. It works on Macs with macOS 10.8 or newer. iTerm2 brings the terminal into the modern age with features you never knew you always wanted.
terminal  software  freesoftware  license.gplv2  macosx  textui  unix  shell  github 
october 2017 by ezequiel
linux - Remap Ctrl-A in GNU Screen - Super User
Q: I have been using GNU screen for a couple of days and the CTRL-A navigation is beginning to wear on me. How can I remap this key combo and what are some common replacements for these keys? For example, in Vim I use jj instead of <esc> because it doesn't require me to break my typing form. [...]
screen  tips  example  2012  textui  terminal  software  forumthread  stackexchange  linux  unix  posix  configuration 
august 2017 by ezequiel
SecureCRT - The rock-solid Telnet and SSH client for Windows, Mac, and Linux
SecureCRT client for Windows, Mac, and Linux provides rock-solid terminal emulation for computing professionals, raising productivity with advanced session management and a host of ways to save time and streamline repetitive tasks. SecureCRT provides secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for everyone in your organization.
trialware  commercialsoftware  terminal  macosx  linux  windows  software  remote  ui  iphone 
august 2017 by ezequiel
linux - How to reload tmux config file which has defined multiple sessions? - Super User
Q: [...] Is there a way to reload the config file in the way that this would be applied only to attached session? Or do I have to forget about reloading the config file when I'm using sessions, and in order to apply new setting I should use tmux kill-server and start sessions anew?
tmux  2013  configuration  scripting  tips  example  unix  linux  terminal  tool  forumthread  stackexchange 
december 2016 by ezequiel
tmate • Instant terminal sharing
tmate is a fork of tmux. tmate and tmux can coexist on the same system.
tmux  ssh  security  remote  opensource  terminal  linux  bsd  freebsd  gentoo  github  collaboration 
december 2016 by ezequiel
Why I switched from Vim to Emacs – Matthew Haffner – Oklahoma State University
As pointed out on reddit (both in r/emacs and r/vim), many of my criticisms of Vim are unfair. Everything I posted about was based purely on my personal experience with the two, but much of my critique was steeped in ignorance. [...]
vim  emacs  advocacy  editor  blogpost  2016  spacemacs  configuration  tips  links  development  ide  debugger  shell  terminal 
december 2016 by ezequiel
osx - Bind tmux prefix to section symbol § - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
I usually use the backtick key as my prefix, but this keyboard has the section/stanza symbol § where the backtick usually (at least, for me in the UK) is. [...]
keyboard  configuration  tmux  terminal  macosx  tips  forumthread  stackexchange  2015  example  workaround 
december 2016 by ezequiel
key mapping - What are valid keys for tmux? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Q: I was trying to learn how to use the bind-key [-cnr] [-t key-table] key command [arguments] better, but was having some trouble figuring out what "valid keys" are for bind-key command. [...]
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  tmux  configuration  keyboard  textui  terminal  unix  linux  bsd  freebsd  macosx 
december 2016 by ezequiel
How do you get the size of a non-interactive tmux pane? - Stack Overflow
Q: I have several tmux panes running in a window that have been started with syntax like: [...]
forumthread  stackexchange  2014  tmux  terminal  textui  cli  shell  unix  linux  scripting  tips  example 
september 2016 by ezequiel
Disable the status bar in tmux? - Super User
Q: I want to disable the default status bar on tmux. I prefer to treat screen/tmux as persistant session managers, and deprecate the menu/window stuff in favor of my system window manager. I suspect Tmux could be better for this role than screen. [...]
tmux  configuration  howto  tips  example  textui  terminal  unix  linux  macosx  cygwin  forumthread  stackexchange  2011 
august 2016 by ezequiel
romainl/Apprentice: A dark, low-contrast, Vim colorscheme.
Apprentice is a dark, low-contrast colorscheme for Vim based on the awesome Sorcerer by Jeet Sukumaran.
It is essentially a streamlined version of the original, with a reduced number of colors entirely taken from the default xterm palette to ensure a similar look in 256colors-ready terminal emulators and GUI Vim.
vim  themes  editor  configuration  github  terminal  textui  xterm  colour 
august 2016 by ezequiel
Solve screen error "Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/0' - please check" - makandropedia
Solve screen error "Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/0' - please check"
When using the screen tool you may be unable to start a screen session but instead encounter an error:
Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/0' - please check.
(me: includes link to a thread in "server fault" with more information)
[...]
blogpost  links  screen  issue  terminal  workaround  tips  linux  unix  macosx  2012 
july 2016 by ezequiel
process - tmux session lost in unknown pts, cause and possible solution? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Q: I was trying to re-attach to a long-running tmux session to check up on a python web-application. However tmux attach claims that there is no running session, and ps shows a tmux process (first line), but with a question mark instead of the pts number.
What does this mean---is this tmux session permanently lost, and what could have caused it? Is there still a way to look at the current state of the python process, spawned in the tmux session and running in pts/19 (second line)?
forumthread  stackexchange  2012  unix  linux  macosx  issue  workaround  terminal  tmux  tips 
july 2016 by ezequiel
hukl/Smyck-Color-Scheme: Color Scheme for Terminal.app, iTerm2, Vim, MacVim, Sublime Text2 and Textmate [github.com]
This is a color scheme suitable for Terminal.app, iTerm2, Vim, gVim, MacVim, Textmate and Sublime Text 2.
The colors are carefully chosen and the contrasts are tuned so that it should not hurt the eyes even after a whole day of working.
github  terminal  vim  macosx  linux  unix  windows  editor  colour  themes 
july 2016 by ezequiel
7 Of The Best Ubuntu Terminal (Fixed Width) Fonts ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
You asked for it so here it is: a post with 7 of the best Ubuntu terminal (fixed width or monospace) fonts. I say 'Ubuntu' because the installation instruction for most of these fonts are for Ubuntu.
ubuntu  debian  ttf  x11  fonts  tips  screenshots  font  comparison  terminal  editor  2010 
july 2016 by ezequiel
My new favorite Bash prompt - BrettTerpstra.com
[...] I’m using the PROMPT_COMMAND variable to run a few quick functions to generate the prompt. [...]
2009  blogpost  macosx  bash  unix  linux  example  cygwin  configuration  colour  terminal  script 
july 2016 by ezequiel
Bash/Prompt customization - ArchWiki
Bash has several prompts which can be customized to increase productivity, aesthetic appeal, and nerd cred.
bash  terminal  cli  scripting  configuration  tips  example  howto  links  wikientry  arch  linux  unix  macosx  cygwin  shell  colour  compatibility 
july 2016 by ezequiel
Terminal codes (ANSI/VT100) introduction [Bash Hackers Wiki]
Terminal (control) codes are used to issue specific commands to your terminal. This can be related to switching colors or positioning the cursor, i.e. anything that can't be done by the application itself.
bash  shell  cli  textui  terminal  compatibility  scripting  unix  linux  macosx  cygwin  wikientry  reference  documentation  example  guide 
july 2016 by ezequiel
TERM strings | Arabesque
All terminal emulators are not created equal. Certainly, not all of them are xterm(1), although many other terminal emulators do a decent but not comprehensive job of copying it. The value of the TERM environment variable is used by the system running the shell to determine what the terminal connecting to it can and cannot do, what control codes to send to the program to use those features, and how the shell should understand the input of certain key codes, such as the Home and End keys. These things in particular are common causes of frustration for new users who turn out to be using a forced TERM string.
terminal  configuration  shell  environment  unix  linux  bsd  macosx  cygwin  howto  tips  example  bestpractice  blogpost  2013 
july 2016 by ezequiel
asciinema - Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way
Forget screen recording apps and blurry video. Enjoy a lightweight, purely text-based approach to terminal recording.
collaboration  terminal  online  screencast  tool  opensource  linux  macosx  freebsd  textui  colour 
july 2016 by ezequiel
Which terminal does everyone use? : neovim
Q: I am asking because apparently the terminal has to be chosen carefully. I have been using urxvt-256colors so far, but this is not enough to use colorschemes it seems. Somewhere between my .Xresources, urxvt and nvim, something breaks and the colorschemes look terrible. I have found out that using TRUE COLOR would solve this problem, but urxvt does not support TRUE COLOR. So which terminal emulator is everyone using? I would love to make my nvim look like the rest of my terminals.
neovim  vim  colour  terminal  links  comparison  forumthread  2016  x11  linux  unix 
july 2016 by ezequiel
thestinger/termite: A keyboard-centric VTE-based terminal, aimed at use within a window manager with tiling and/or tabbing support.
A keyboard-centric VTE-based terminal, aimed at use within a window manager with tiling and/or tabbing support.
terminal  software  colour  linux  unix  keyboard  github  source  links  x11  opensource 
july 2016 by ezequiel
Termite - ArchWiki
Termite is a minimal terminal emulator designed for use with tiling window managers. It is a modal application, similar to Vim, with an insert mode and command mode where keybindings have different functions. Termite is based on the VTE library.
terminal  arch  links  software  x11  configuration  tips  howto  linux  unix  wikientry 
july 2016 by ezequiel
[Linux] Termite: Lightweight Terminal and Other CLI Apps - YouTube
Comparison between urxvt and termite.
Video length: 15 minutes.
(me: links to his config files)
terminal  video  youtube  configuration  tutorial  review  textui  x11  english  unicode  links 
july 2016 by ezequiel
rxvt-unicode
rxvt-unicode is a fork of the well known terminal emulator rxvt.
(me: supports true colour since 2016.02 (cvs?))
terminal  unicode  xterm  x11  software  opensource  links  download  source  linux  unix 
july 2016 by ezequiel
suckless.org st - simple terminal
st is a simple terminal implementation for X.
(me: supports true colour)
terminal  xterm  software  x11  opensource  license.mit  download  source  links 
july 2016 by ezequiel
LXQt - The Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment
LXQt is the Qt port and the upcoming version of LXDE, the Lightweight Desktop Environment. It is the product of the merge between the LXDE-Qt and the Razor-qt projects: A lightweight, modular, blazing-fast and user-friendly desktop environment.
lxde  desktop  distro  linux  unix  x11  qt  applications  terminal  links  downloads  source 
july 2016 by ezequiel
sakura - pleyades
sakura is a terminal emulator based on GTK and libvte. It has few dependencies, so there's no need of a full GNOME desktop installed to have a powerful terminal emulator. sakura uses a gtk notebook to provide tabbed terminals in one window and has a contextual menu for configuration; it was designed without a menu bar. No more no less.
terminal  x11  opensource  linux  unix  gtk  source  links  slitaz  software 
july 2016 by ezequiel
Adding 24-bit TrueColor RGB escape sequences to tmux - The Terminal Programmer
[...] Enable the Tc terminal capability for the outer terminal (to which tmux is attached) by setting the terminal-overrides option in tmux and subsequently detach and reattach tmux, as the following example (wherein $TERM is st-256color and % is a shell prompt) illustrates: [...]
(me: I've used the ideas from this post to automate starting a tmux session with 24-bit colour support:
( t_tmuxsock=rn1 && t_tmuxsess=r1 && t_tmuxcmd=tmux-latest && $t_tmuxcmd -L $t_tmuxsock new-session -s $t_tmuxsess -d && $t_tmuxcmd -L $t_tmuxsock set-option -t $t_tmuxsess -ga terminal-overrides ",$TERM:Tc" && $t_tmuxcmd -L $t_tmuxsock attach-session -t $t_tmuxsess )
)
tmux  configuration  patches  howto  terminal  colour  unix  linux  macosx  tips  example  cli 
june 2016 by ezequiel
iTerm2 - Mac OS Terminal Replacement
iTerm2 is a replacement for Terminal and the successor to iTerm. It works on Macs with OS X 10.8 or newer. iTerm2 brings the terminal into the modern age with features you never knew you always wanted.
terminal  macosx  software  license.gplv2  freesoftware  links  downloads  github 
june 2016 by ezequiel
yield @chow | True colour (24 bit) with Neovim, tmux and iTerm2
Neovim recently added 24 bit true colour support so I thought I’d get the rest of my environment setup with true colour. First thing is to download and intall the latest nightly build of iTerm2.
neovim  terminal  tmux  vim  build  howto  testversion  2015  configuration  colour  textui  macosx  unix  blogpost 
june 2016 by ezequiel
True Colour (16 million colours) support in various terminal applications and terminals
It's a common confusion about terminal colours... Actually we have this:
* plain ascii;
* ansi escape codes (16 colour codes with bold/italic and background);
* 256 colour palette (216 colours + 16 ansi + 24 gray) (colors are 24bit);
* 24bit true colour ("888" colours (aka 16 milion));
[...]
colour  shell  terminal  links  reviews  tmux  screen  xterm  macosx  linux  unix  x11  wikientry  github  configuration  example  software  howto  tips  cli  script 
june 2016 by ezequiel
Tutorial: How to Color Man Pages & How It Works | TuxArena
Except for the eye-candy, colors may help when it comes to clarity, although some prefer the default monochrome approach. At the start of this article there is the actual code which can be copied and pasted inside the ~/.bashrc file, and which can be modified depending on each person’s preferences. If you don’t care about what it does you can just insert it in ~/.bashrc, restart your terminal and start reading some man pages to see how it looks (e.g. man man). After this part I tried to explain how this code works and how to modify it in order to get new ‘themes’.
manpage  terminal  textui  bash  shell  howto  tips  guide  configuration  cli  example  scripting 
june 2016 by ezequiel
tmux
What is a terminal multiplexer? It lets you switch easily between several programs in one terminal, detach them (they keep running in the background) and reattach them to a different terminal. And do a lot more. See the manual.
tmux  github  terminal  textui  remote  tool  unix  linux  software  opensource  source  links  support  documentation  reference  manual  manpage  faq 
june 2016 by ezequiel
morhetz/gruvbox: Retro groove color scheme for Vim
Retro groove color scheme for Vim.
Designed as a bright theme with pastel 'retro groove' colors and light/dark mode switching in the way of solarized. The main focus when developing gruvbox is to keep colors easily distinguishable, contrast enough and still pleasant for the eyes.
vim  themes  editor  configuration  github  terminal  textui  xterm  colour 
june 2016 by ezequiel
What are some of the best Vim color schemes? - Quora
A friend of mine recommended Zenburn and while I wasn't sold on it initially, I slowly began to fall in love with it. Here's a link to the colorscheme for more information: http://slinky.imukuppi.org/zenbu....
vim  themes  editor  configuration  terminal  textui  links  reviews  colour  2015 
june 2016 by ezequiel
chriskempson/tomorrow-theme: Tomorrow Theme the precursor to Base16 Theme
Tomorrow Theme the precursor to Base16 Theme.
After having spent over five years using, tweaking and refining a personal editor theme I decided it was time to release "Tomorrow Theme" - a bright theme with pastel colours and sensible syntax highlighting.
A theme should not get in your way but should aid your programming with easily identifiable colours that add meaning and enhance legibility. This was the main focus when developing Tomorrow.
Check out base16 the next evolution of Tomorrow Theme!
vim  themes  editor  configuration  github  software  terminal  emacs  netbeans  tmux  visualstudio  xcode  kde  xterm  macosx  gnome  eclipse  opensource  license.mit 
june 2016 by ezequiel
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