Change to your MUTE directory, untar the archive, then
apply the patch. You will now have the option of
producing a daemon for Linux systems (not sure if it
works on others). When you run the daemon, it will
either work and fork into the background, or it will
explain why it is dying and will die quickly. If it
dies, then you should run the console version to
generate the firewall/port/etc. settings that are needed.
Also, upon startup, if there was no random seed saved
from last time, then /dev/random is read for data to
seed the PSRNG.
killall -HUP daemonFileSharingMUTE
* Closes all connections, re-reads config files, opens
killall -TERM daemonFileSharingMUTE
* Gracefully shuts down the service
It seems to work fine for me, even though it is an