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default_mux_server_domain = "local"

Since: Version 20230712-072601-f4abf8fd

The functionality described in this section requires version 20230712-072601-f4abf8fd of wezterm, or a more recent version.


This option only applies to the standalone mux server. For the equivalent option in the GUI, see default_domain

When starting the mux server, by default wezterm will set the built-in "local" domain as the default multiplexing domain.

The "local" domain represents processes that are spawned directly on the local system.

This option allows you to change the default domain to some other domain, such as an ExecDomain.

It is not possible to configure a client multiplexing domain such as a TLS, SSH or Unix domain as the default for the multiplexer server. That is prohibited in order to prevent recursion when a client connects to the server.