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Yes, it's a hardware issue. Get it repaired.
I only know a systemtap recipe. Hawfully basic, but maybe someone skilled could improve it. Else you can have a look at conspy. I know you use Debian, just apt-get it. It only has access to the console, not ssh. ttysnoop is nice but, as you stated, needs to be installed first.
In the past I used TTYsnoop, which still seems to be included in Debian and Ubuntu.
Short answer: not with stock tools. You could cobble something together that poked the kernel and trolled through file descriptors, but the effort you would have to put in would be far greater than the return you would get from it.
I can't believe no one has mentioned MOSH; Mosh is an SSH wrapper, it keeps your session alive after days of disconnection, changing IP, high latency and so on. It is explain on the home page better than I can explain it so I have copied the description below. My experiences and advice are that I use it on my Android mobile, it's a life saver when ...
man screen -c file override the default configuration file from "$HOME/.screenrc" to file. screen --help -c file Read configuration file instead of '.screenrc'.
I assume by bitcoind you mean this bitcoind. Let's see what you are doing: You are starting a screen which usually will start the following program in it. As a program you pass bitcoind -daemon. This will start bitcoind in the background (usually by using fork(2)). And you pass & to send the screen into background of your shell. The PID you see is the ...
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