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Multiple windows shell multiplexer on centos

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I am currently using keyboardcast but I had to modify the sources to make it behave "properly" (light, auto-placed, auto-tiled windows, etc) and... I lost my modifications and do not want to recode it once more... :/

I wanted to use mssh (not the python one, the one from Bradley Smith) but I cannot find an rpm and cannot compile it on CentOS 5 due to a too old vte-devel library (compiles on CentOS 6 though)...

Anyone knows a good *multiple windows* shell multiplexer...?

posted Jun 19, 2013 by anonymous

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Tmux is my favorite at this point.

answer Jun 19, 2013 by anonymous
Just to add, Tmux is available in both repoforge (nee rpmforge) and EPEL.
Only dependency is libevent, available in base)

Haven't used mssh so not sure of the differences, but tmux can do multiple
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