Byobu is a Japanese term for decorative, multi-panel screens that serve as folding room dividers. As an open source project, Byobu is an elegant enhancement of the otherwise functional, plain, practical GNU Screen. Byobu includes an enhanced profile and configuration utilities for the GNU screen ...

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Tmux new-session returns: “can't create socket”

I have killed a byobu session accidentally (kill -9 byobuSessionId), and now when I try to start another byobu command fails with "can't create socket". Also tmux new-session returns: "can't create ...
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Automate Byobu window creation [closed]

I use Byobu on a Vagrant dev machine to run multiple things in one screen and to be able to suspend/restore the machine and continue where I left off the other day. There are times when I have to ...
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Byobu - How to disconnect from lxc-console

I am inside Byobu on ubuntu 12.04 and entered an lxc-console. Unfortunately, the escape sequence for lxc appears to be cntrl-a q. However this clashes with Byobu's which also uses cntrl-a sequence. I ...
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Exiting copy / scrollback mode upon detach in byobu / screen

I've discovered that if I go into "copy mode" or "scrollback mode" in a byobu screen, detach from it and leave it running, the buffer will fill up and eventually block the process I'm running in the ...
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Autocompletion, history and scrolling in Byobu

I am using an Ubuntu server with Byobu. For some reason, the tab key writes a tab instead of completing commands and paths. Top arrow writes ^[[A instead of the command history. Scrolling writes ^[[B. ...
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disabling specific byobu/screen keybindings that conflict with vim keybindings

ctrl + a under byobu has either emacs mode or screen mode. However, I need keybindings like ctrl + a for vim's "increment value" method. How would I prevent byobu/screen from blocking certain keyboard ...
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customizing terminal ssh shell [closed]

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 ...