coypu%sdf.org@localhost writes: > As a background, some Linux binaries don't claim to be targeting the > Linux OS, but instead are "SYSV". > > We have used some heuristics to still identify those binaries as being > Linux binaries, like looking into the symbols defined by the binary. > > it looks like we no longer have other forms of compat expected to use > SYSV ELF binaries. Perhaps we should drop this elaborate detection logic > in favour of detecting SYSV == Linux? In general adapting to every confused practice out there leads us to a bad place. This just feels like a step along that path. I could see having a sysctl/etc. to enable this behavior, but it seems really irregular. Is there a way to have a tool to retag binaries that are tagged incorrectly? It seems SYSV emulation should not allow non-SYSV system calls.
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