Citát Arkadiusz Miśkiewicz <ar...@maven.pl>:
On Tuesday 06 of March 2018, azu...@pobox.sk wrote:
i'm trying to allow users to run applications like ps or htop while
seeing only their own processes. Htop, for example, needs read
permission to /proc/<pid>/cmdline BUT when a process changes uid from
root to user, this happens:
- directory /proc/<pid>/ is correctly owned by user
- file /proc/<pid>/cmdline is still owned by root (with world read
Do you really need to use apparmor for this?
Mount /proc with hidepid=2 option (and add that to fstab).
Arkadiusz Miśkiewicz, arekm / ( maven.pl | pld-linux.org )
Haha, thanks, didn't know about that. Funny is, that problem with
processes which changed uid are still a problem :) cannot access
(hidepid=1) or see (hidepid=2) them.
Any other hints?
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