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I'm running screen with the following command:

screen -dms -X

This executes the file and runs it as a daemon. Now, when the build script fails, screen automatically terminates (and I don't get to see the error messages)!

How can I make it so an -X to a script will NOT be terminated if that script fails?

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Use wrapper /path/


And command

screen -dms -X
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