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If you don't have the screen package installed yet, you can get it easily by running this as root:

apt-get install screen 

Then run the server like this:

screen ./mta_server 

Should start just fine... to put it in a background, hold CTRL key, then press A , then D.

To put it back, type

screen -r 

On a side note, you shouldn't be running it (or any other app or command that doesn't need to be run with administrative privileges) normally as root :P

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