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The other day I saw someone connected to an ssh shell with status bars on the bottom (Mac OS X Terminal) of the terminal. It has things such as upload rate, memory usage, time, current username, and some other stuff.

I'd like to know how I can replicate that.

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closed as off topic by mailq, Iain, EightBitTony, John Gardeniers, Scott Pack Dec 6 '12 at 15:51

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He was probably using Byobu:

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yes! he was using exactly that, thanks! – bash- Sep 4 '11 at 14:53

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