We make heavy use of torsocks in Whonix. For example, apt-get is run through torsocks for better stream isolation.
This generated loads of, hundreds of these kinds of messages.
[May 20 11:45:27] WARNING torsocks: [syscall] Unsupported syscall number 224. Denying the call (in tsocks_syscall() at syscall.c:165)
As per David Goulet's (torsocks maintainer) answer, we can disable them. Fortunately.
Do we want to set TORSOCKS_LOG_LEVEL=1 by,
- a) uwt for all invocations of uwt -> torsocks -> apt-get, gpg, etc. or
- b) uwt globally for the whole system or
- c) whonix-base-files globally for the whole system or
- d) anon-base-files globally for the whole system or
- e) elsewhere or
- f) something else?
Disabling these messages globally is not the greatest solution, but would certainly save lots of bug reports we can do nothing about anyhow.