OpenBSD 6.5 tmux updates
As you may know, OpenBSD recently released version 6.5. With this new release, came a updated version of tmux, which has implemented a number of configuration changes that may require an updated tmux.conf. While -current has had these updates for awhile, I had simply ignore tmux’s warnings. However, since updating my systems to 6.5, I was finally complied and updated my conf.
OpenBSD with tmux
Being able to take off from work, and the next morning, be able to hop back into my tmux session from the day before is truly lifechanging. I used a custom screen config for a little while before stumbling across tmux. I read into tmux one day at work, and was simply amazed at how much easier it was to configure than screen! This led me to conduct an in-depth comparison between tmux and screen. Did you know, screen has some 254 known bugs? Some go back to 2005 the last time I checked.
Tmux is an active project that is significantly easier to configure, and just as stable in my experiance.