Maybe you shall specify the socket with the right permission.
I'm doing something like that :
user1 $ tmux -S ~/my_socket
user1 $ chmod 777 ~/my_socket
user2 $ tmux -S ~/my_socket ls
user2 $ tmux -S ~/mysocket attach -t 0
I hope this will help you.
On Mon, 7 May 2012, Todd Ames wrote:
> Good day!
> A friend of mine are trying to use tmux to see the same terminal window. He has a Ubuntu machine with tmux installed, and we are on
> the same VPN using Hamachi. I can SSH into his machine and run all the CLI commands I want. He has put me me in the admin group
> along with my own group. He starts up the tmux terminal and I SSH in.
> tmux -V returns:
> tmux 1.6
> When I type tmux attach I get the following error:
> no sessions.
> when I type tmux list-sessions I receive:
> failed to connect to server: connection refused
> My best guess is a permissions problem. Does he need to grnt permissions to other users? I have searched Google for hours and can
> not find this exactly. Maybe I am not reading enough but I would appreciate any help you could give.
> Thank you in advance
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