tmux is an alternative to screen. They are both terminal multiplexers which allow to manage multiple terminals within a single window.
tmux is available within the modules, so you will need to load it before being able to use it (module load tmux).
|tmux||Start a tmux session.|
|CTRL+b -> D||Detach session (exit tmux without killing the terminal)|
|tmux ls||List all the available sessions|
|tmux attach -t 0||Attach tmux to session 0|
|CTRL+b -> %||Split the window in two vertical screens|
|CTRL+b -> "||Split the window in two horizontal screens|
|CTRL+b -> [UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT]||Move between screens|
|CTRL+b -> x||Kill current screen|
|CTRL+b -> c||Create a new window|
|CTRL+b -> [p, n]||Move between previous / next window|
|CTRL+b -> [0, ..., 9]||Move between to a given window number|
|CTRL+b -> :||Run a command with tmux (e.g. ls for tmux ls)|
|CTRL+b -> ?||Show all available commands|
|CTRL+b -> w||Open the screen / window navigation panel|