According to the manual, command-line version of Seadrive daemon can only be run with
-d flag in the foreground. First, I want to know why it is so, that a daemon is supposed to run in the background, which also makes sense for such a net-drive program. Also can I make it run at background?
I tried executing the command without
-d, and it ran but obviously was not functioning well. When I accessed the mounted directory:
root@s625221:~/seafile-sync/seafile-mount# ls ls: cannot open directory '.': No such file or directory
But the seadrive was still running in the background:
root@s625221:~/seafile-sync/seafile-mount# ps -A | grep seadrive 32424 ? 00:00:00 seadrive
Your answers will be appreciated…