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Old 01-13-2011, 05:16 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by zzmijarevic View Post
By observing the results of different approaches, I think that the problem may be that calibre-server requires an I/O terminal. Maybe that's why it launches a text window and locks the CMD window if calibre-server is invoked via the command prompt.
I have no experience running calibre-server but I do know that if you prefix it with the start cmd it will release the CMD window and allow it to close.

start calibre-server.exe
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