Is There A Way To Start Btsync On Linux Without It Daemonizing?

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I want to configure my systems to run btsync from Supervisor - a common process management utility.


I'd like to allow Supervisor to take care of daemonizing for me - so that means I need btsync to just run in the foreground.


Is there an option that can prevent btsync from detaching from the console and running in the background? Many Linux server programs have a --nodaemon option which forces the app to the forground and makes any problems get logged to stderr/stdout.


Can this be done?



And I just noticed - btsync does indeed have an undocumented --nodaemon option! :-)

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