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awarded  Teacher
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Ah, I see. I tend to do the same on SO [c] and CR.SE [c].
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
So we both learned something, eh?
Feb
23
accepted When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
But the tab delimit is noted. Thanks for that.
Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
*it just seems to be that SE likes to soften hard tabs...
Feb
23
revised When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
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Feb
23
comment When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
The cut is valid (I used it earlier), it just seems to be that SE doesn't display hard tabs.
Feb
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asked When should you use subshells vs `xargs`?
Nov
7
awarded  Scholar
Nov
7
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
Marked as correct. Thanks again, Matthew.
Nov
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accepted Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
Nov
6
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
That will work. Please add that libseccomp will allow specifying syscalls to the answer and I will mark it as correct. Thanks Matthew!
Nov
6
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
And uh, do you have the lwn link on namespaces?
Nov
5
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
Also, the lwn link is broken.
Nov
5
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
How would a malicious process work around LD_PRELOAD?
Nov
5
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
I was looking more for something where I could specify syscalls.
Nov
5
comment Disallow File IO for a process except for FIFOs
I don't suppose there is some way to do the second way without the help of root (or at least, with root only being involved once in a setup of sorts)?
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