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Highlighting with grep doesn't work in Xterm
I've got a problem with Xterm. When I use the command tail -F example.log | grep -a -i -e 'examplestring' in Xterm the "grepped" strings aren't highlighted in red like they would be in the normal ...
Sep 23 '12 at 13:04
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