Getting Started with tmux by Victor Quinn, J.D.


Summary: short and straight to the point

This book is one of these short manuals where you get exactly what you need. Simple and straightforward explanation of the tool, helpful examples, and real life cases that show how can you improve with tmux with really not too much effort.

You are literally guided step by step in each case and it is really hard to get lost. In my opinion, samples do really reflect activities that most people do while working with ssh. It is not just a random set of advices taken from the internet.

And, you get this nicely organized Appendix with all the key bindings used through out the chapters.

I would recommend this one for anyone who haven’t heard about tmux yet, but works with ssh a lot.

e-book: Getting Started with tmux