Tmux is a free and open source terminal multiplexer for Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, macOS and Solaris. Using tmux, you can create, access and control multiple terminal sessions simultaneously in a single window. You can also detach from a screen and continue running in the background, then later reattached. It comes with status line at the bottom, interactive commands, split the screen into rectangular panes, prevent accidental disconnection and more.
How to Install Tmux on Ubuntu
To install Tmux on your Linux system , run below command in your terminal application (ctrl+alt+t).
sudo apt install tmux -y
After the successful installation of tmux, run below command to open it.
For the complete tmus usage details run below command.