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[Mldonkey-bugs] [ 101022 ] mldonkey system input/output error

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Subject: [Mldonkey-bugs] [ 101022 ] mldonkey system input/output error
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 08:01:31 -0400

Support Request #101022, was updated on 2002-Jun-25 20:26
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Category: None
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: mldonkey system input/output error

By: xamar
Date: 2002-Oct-20 12:01
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I had same trouble and i now i use this command to start
mldonkey in the background:

nohup ./mldonkey &

'nohup - run a command immune to hangups, with output to a

The output of the mldonkey is appended to a file called
nohup.out in the current directory and if it can't write it
will use $HOME/nohup.out

Another option is using a virtual terminal and running into
it. You have to do this:

(it opens a new virtual terminal)
(not needed to run in background)
(Push Ctrl-A and then D to dettach from this virtual terminal)

And if you want to return to that terminal you should use:
screen -r


By: alannon
Date: 2002-Jun-29 17:31
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There are several errors that occur if the controlling
terminal disconnects, even if the process is placed in the
background.  This is one of them.  You CAN run mldonkey in
the background, but you MUST redirect the output to either a
file, or to /dev/null, otherwise you will find yourself
unable to commit files and unable to kill the client from
the terminal.

./mldonkey > donkey.log &

That command line will run mldonkey in the current
directory, redirect output to donkey.log and place the
process in the background.

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