Ubuntu 18 Tmux 2.6-3 copy paste functionality with xclip non functional

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I recently did a fresh Ubuntu 18 install and copied over my home directory from my previous Ubuntu 16 setup. However this seems to have broken the copy paste functionality I had previously with xclip (0.12 installed).

My previous tmux.conf method:

setw -g mode-keys vi
bind -t vi-copy y copy-pipe "xclip -sel clip -i"

I’ve looked at other similar questions on here but unfortunately none of them match my exact scenario.

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    I recently did a fresh Ubuntu 18 install and copied over my home directory from my previous Ubuntu 16 setup. However this seems to have broken the copy paste functionality I had previously with xclip (0.12 installed).

    My previous tmux.conf method:

    setw -g mode-keys vi
    bind -t vi-copy y copy-pipe "xclip -sel clip -i"
    

    I’ve looked at other similar questions on here but unfortunately none of them match my exact scenario.

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      I recently did a fresh Ubuntu 18 install and copied over my home directory from my previous Ubuntu 16 setup. However this seems to have broken the copy paste functionality I had previously with xclip (0.12 installed).

      My previous tmux.conf method:

      setw -g mode-keys vi
      bind -t vi-copy y copy-pipe "xclip -sel clip -i"
      

      I’ve looked at other similar questions on here but unfortunately none of them match my exact scenario.

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      I recently did a fresh Ubuntu 18 install and copied over my home directory from my previous Ubuntu 16 setup. However this seems to have broken the copy paste functionality I had previously with xclip (0.12 installed).

      My previous tmux.conf method:

      setw -g mode-keys vi
      bind -t vi-copy y copy-pipe "xclip -sel clip -i"
      

      I’ve looked at other similar questions on here but unfortunately none of them match my exact scenario.

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