What's magic about /tmp/? ntpd can't find UNIX socket
halmurray at sonic.net
Fri Oct 20 00:45:43 UTC 2023
Found it. systemd sets up separate /tmp for some services.
Run some services started by systemd with a private /tmp directory. This would
mitigate the chance of a service making a mistake with how it handles its /tmp
data allowing a user on the system to get a privilege escalation, since users
would not have access to the services /tmp directory.
Poking around finds these:
Both are empty.
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