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Linux BASH man command crashes error 3dba0000

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After installing I am experiencing an error when trying to view man pages in the terminal shell.

plittlefield@paully-laptop ~ $ (paully-laptop) man wget
error[3dba0000]: Cannot connect to /tmp/esets.sock: Permission denied
error[3dc40000]: Cannot connect to /tmp/esets.sock: Permission denied
man: command exited with status 159: (cd /usr/share/man && /usr/lib/man-db/zsoelim) | (cd /usr/share/man && /usr/lib/man-db/manconv -f UTF-8:ISO-8859-1 -t UTF-8//IGNORE) | (cd /usr/share/man && preconv -e UTF-8) | (cd /usr/share/man && tbl) | (cd /usr/share/man && nroff -mandoc -rLL=161n -rLT=161n -Tutf8)


Ubuntu 18.04
ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition 64-bit    (changed from following the 'web browser bug')

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The problem here is with seccomp sandbox which has never been supported by pac and which limits the allowed syscalls for a whole process. We use such syscall and the OS kills the process then. There is no workaround but recompiling the kernel with seccomp disabled.

To prevent this from happening, we'll have to detect that seccomp is used by a protected process and behave accordingly. This detection will be added soon and will be included most likely in version 4.0.89.

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