Yama is nice, for sure, but doesn't it run afoul of the 'no stacking LSMs' problem here? In order to load Yama by default, wouldn't Fedora have to disable SELinux by default? (some would, of course, claim that as a *good* thing, but it seems a little unlikely that Fedora would go that route)
or am I missing something here?
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