tws did eloquently scribble:
> Hello NG.
> I have a problem using screen.
> I want to use it to download torrents using BitTornado. The command I
> screen -S someScreenName -d -m btdownloadheadless --max_download_rate
> 500 --max_upload_rate 100 someTorrent.torrent
> It used to work just fine exactly with this command, but since i set up
> the machine new from scratch, it just won't work anymoree. Screen
> terminates itself just 1-3 seconds after it started.
> It works just fine if i put something like "vim foo.bar" instead of the
> btdownloadheadless thing. This, at first, made me think there was
> something wrong with BitTornado (btdownloadheadless), however, if i run
> the btheadless command just like that without the screen things in
> front of it, it works normal.
After the command, when screen's started but before it quits
Immediately press ^A c
(create a new screen)
Screen terminates if the program its running terminates and there's only one
console in it. So if you create another "window", the other one might
terminate and leave an error message...
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