What I think that might be useful is being able to get a list of open file
descriptors of the process and the point of the execve is being called. I
suspect that its failing because it doesn't have access to something so it get
The only reference to execve failing in the man page is because of
setuid and a file system being mounted nosuid
Unless somebody wants to read the kernel code and figure out why execve
can return EPERM
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apt-key works fine, yet apt fails with "Could not execute 'apt-key'"
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