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Another useful grep trick to show all output but colour the selected KEYWORD is : tail -f FILE | grep --color=always -E "$|REGEXP"
If you check the Event Log-->Application, you might get detailed info there. You should be able to find an error record with exception code 0xe0434352 which is the Hex value of 3762504530
While @rkthkr's answer worked for me, it has the unfortunate side-effect of changing my terminal window dimensions from what they were - which in some cases, I suppose this may also have been corrupted and also in need of a reset. With this in mind, I'm using: $ stty sane From man stty: sane same as cread -ignbrk brkint -inlcr -igncr icrnl -iutf8 ...
Do a screen -ls. It's going to explicitly indicate Attached versus Detached status. Example attached: $ screen -ls | grep tached 3132.pts-0.esavo00 (Attached) Example detached: $ screen -ls |grep tached 3132.pts-0.esavo00 (Detached)
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