Thank you very much for the help!

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 4:24 PM, Nicholas Marriott <> wrote:

You need a grouped session, create it with tmux new -tfirstsession.

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 03:47:45PM -0800, Douglas Mayle wrote:
>    Hi all,
>    I was trying out tmux today at work, and I was trying to see if it's
>    possible to connect to two different windows in the same session using two
>    different clients. *I looked through the manual, but if it's there, I
>    missed it.
>    Anytime I change windows from one xterm, the other xterm changes to the
>    same window.
>    The reason why I'm trying this is that I have two monitors, and I would
>    like to have one xterm in each monitor connect to a shared session. *This
>    way, when I go home (where I only have one monitor), I have access to all
>    of the same windows.
>    I know that a workaround would be to have two different sessions, but then
>    from home I would have to know which screen a window that I want is
>    connected to, and connect to the correct one. *I'd also have to constantly
>    switch sessions, if the two windows I was using were on different
>    sessions.
>    Thanks for the help!
>    Douglas Mayle

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