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Kieren

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About Kieren

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    I ordered some spaghetti with marinara sauce and I got egg noodles and ketchup. I'm an average nobody.
  • Birthday 08/04/1992

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    West Yorkshire, England
  1. Don't worry about it! I'm actually glad you reminded me about Screen (as daft as it seems, I had forgot about it; it's been a while since I've used it ). Anyway, I've installed Screen and I now start the process in detached mode to begin with. This has fixed the problem, and now the server starts with no problems whatsoever Thank you for your help, appreciate it - Kieren
  2. Unfortunately that didn't work, I also tried your recommended method but that didn't work either. My last attempt was writing the command in a sh script and executing the script instead (ie ./mta-server.sh) , but that didn't work either. Again, these commands work perfectly when I try this through PuTTy but MTA seems to throw the toys out of the pram (sort of speak!) when using the PHP extension. Rather confusing!
  3. Hi all, First of all I'll say hello to everyone since this is my first post I'm having problems starting the server using a web based control panel. I make use of the phpseclib library (http://phpseclib.sourceforge.net/). The following command is used to start the server (for example); The server just won't start, and no log is generated. I can start the server using PuTTY however. nohup ./mta-server >/dev/null 2>&1 & I've used this to start other servers up such as SA-MP and Ventrilo, which works pefectly; but it's MTA that seems to have problems with this.
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