How do I run GAMS in the background?
gams trnsport &
does not seem to work.
That is correct. GAMS writes directly to /dev/tty and a background job does not have access to that. The following command will do the job:
gams -lo 0 trnsport &
The log option flag tells GAMS not to write anything to the screen. You can also use
-lo 2 which writes the
On some systems after you log out even background processes will get killed. On those systems use:
nohup gams -lo 2 trnsport &