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On Ubuntu (running 13.10 as of this day), the /var/log/apport.log contains crash log messages, which is rotated per configuration in /etc/logrotate.d/apport. The actual crash reports are saved in /var/crash/ -- Not sure how relevant this information is with regard to other releases. Also, this may only be true with apport enabled ...
This is currently not possible, but there is an ongoing feature request for it (or, rather, for the same problem happening on the Network inspector tab). "Star" it to help make it happen :) https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=239401
You can use --enable-logging flag to save console logs in a file chrome_debug.log under ~/.config/google-chrome/chrome_debug.log. Check this post for details.
/var/log/auth.log. I would never have looked there. Here's how I found it: Noticed there was a sendto in the output of strace that started with a date/time, like a log might have. Isolated it: # strace krb5kdc -n 2>&1 | grep sendto sendto(3, "<35>Feb 13 17:43:41 krb5kdc[2400"..., 115, MSG_NOSIGNAL, NULL, 0) = 115 Search for the call to ...
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