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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Undo some of the pseudo-security madness
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> the core of the problem are the cores which are customarily
> dumped by lisps during the environment generation (or modification) stage,
> and then mapped back, every time the environment is invoked.

>
> at the current step of evolution, those core files are not relocatable
> in certain natively compiling lisp systems.

nor will they work if the sysadmin applies a security update and glibc
or another library changes one page in size. Or changes the stack rlimit
or .. or ..

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