Setting up tmux with z-shell (zsh) as default

tmux , I would say is one of the finest interface to work on a remote server. But it comes with a boring shell. This post will help you configure zsh as the default shell when logging into ​​tmux.

Step 1 : Install zsh

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install zsh
# check `zsh` version.
# It is prefereable to use a version above 5.0
zsh --version

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Running Jupyter Notebook on a remote server

With a command-line interface to the server, it is often hard to quickly scan through the contents on a server. This can be circumvented using jupyter-lab (or jupyter notebook) running on the server and accessing it using a client machine. I presume you have already installed jupyter-lab (or jupyter-notebook) on server. Jupyter-lab is a better option as it comes with a file-navigator, spread-sheet viewer (faster than excell, reminds me of sublime text) and an image-viewer. Check out this video for the latest feature updates in jupyter-lab.

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