I run seaf-cli as a service on my desktop computer (ubuntu 16.04), as explained here:
(only the client part). The idea is to have synchronization running “all the time” and taking into account changes caused by remote (ssh) connections.
Every now and then, I also log in on the computer and run the seafile applet. But then when I log out, the seafile daemon seems to be killed by the applet (which actually makes sense). Is there a way to disable this behaviour and have the daemon running all the time even after closing the applet?