It’s consistently telling me there’s a problem with my file system. There isn’t.
This is a shame because I find it kinda weird that Ubuntu doesn’t have exec-shield, software that allows you to control DEP policies in a similar manor to EMET. The great thing about Windows is that, through EMET, you can set policies for DEP and ASLR. Ubuntu doesn’t have that.*
It actually doesn’t suck that much since NX is used in literally every process on my system. It’s not that big a deal. But I still would have liked to have tried Fedora.
*Actually Ubuntu can change ASLR policies through
/proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space By default (2) it randomizes mmap base, heap, stack, and VDSO page.