Am 27.09.21 um 16:28 schrieb Thorsten Kukuk:
On Mon, Sep 27, Rainer Klier wrote:
the reason for all this seems to be the new
glibc, which was coming with
is this already known?
in the above ubuntu issue a new/patched glibc is mentioned.
The patch is for Electron to behave correct, not for glibc.
then i misunderstood this from
Some people hacked around it by disablling the new
but this is no solution. It's like buying a Porsche and then put a
very slow engine into it.
does such fix
also exist for opensuse?
If you speak about openSUSE packages like docker: yes, we fixed the
applications we were aware of. But we cannot fix e.g. third party
binaries and openQA does not cover all applications.
this means, all Electron based applications need to be fixed.
and as long as such an application has not been fixed, the
"--no-sandbox" workaround has to be used with this application.
thanks for the explanation.
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