Running test-seeds.sh while bitcoind is already running spits out an error that bitcoind
doesn't start, but then continues to run. Depending on the configuration of the already-running
node, test-seeds may fail to connect to any nodes at all (which is how I found this bug in the
first place). Worst of all, the script then terminates the node that it did not start.
This patch makes the script bail if it cannot start it's own bitcoind instance (therefore preventing
the accidental killing of any existing bitcoind).