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Getting Started with tmux by J.D. Victor Quinn

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Summary

In this chapter, we learned a lot about sessions, windows, and panes in tmux. We learned how each of these fit into the tmux hierarchy, and we played around with them to solidify some of the concepts. We created multiple sessions, split windows into multiple panes, moved them around, and learned different ways to switch the cursor from one pane to another.

In the next chapter, we will move on to text manipulation and learn about how we can scroll back through the window history, how we can copy text from the window history into a paste buffer, and how we can paste that content.

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