Bad system call

Gary E. Miller gem at
Tue Jan 19 00:19:23 UTC 2021

Yo Hal!

On Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:02:53 -0800
Hal Murray <hmurray at> wrote:

> > How do I know I have seccomp running?  I have always avoided it.  
> Scan your config.h for SECCOMP
> details in wscript  -- search for seccomp

Yup, there it is.  I forgot it was on this host.

> > How do I disable it?   
> Stop configuring with --enable-seccomp

Yup, that worked.

> > Looks like I had built NTPsec with --enable-seccomp a while back.
> > glibc updated, and broke ntpd.   
> Somebody should add clock_gettime64 to the seccomp list.
> Looks like it needs the ifdef stuff.

I prefer to just run away.  "seccomp" and "AppArmor" are just "Security

But I agree someone that cares should fix it.

Thanks to you and James for you help.

Gary E. Miller Rellim 109 NW Wilmington Ave., Suite E, Bend, OR 97703
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