What is yama? I don't recall seeing it as a
option. and I just just tumbleweed and don't see a package named
Yama is a relatively small security module (LSM).
It is enabled by CONFIG_SECURITY_YAMA and adds restrictions to how
programs can use the ptrace syscall. These
restrictions can be managed at runtime with a sysctl knob:
The highest setting (ptrace_scope=3) will be interesting mainly for
servers and other locked down systems.
In the lowest setting (ptrace_scope=1), usability issues are extremely
rare. This is Ubuntu's default since 2010.
Sorry for being under-informed.
I left out essential information, sorry for this.
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