InformationThe nosuid mount option specifies that the filesystem cannot contain setuid files.
Setting this option on a file system prevents users from introducing privileged programs onto the system and allowing non-root users to execute them.
SolutionEdit the /etc/fstab file and add nosuid to the fourth field (mounting options) for the /dev/shm partition. See the fstab(5) manual page for more information.
Run the following command to remount /dev/shm :
# mount -o remount,nosuid /dev/shm
Some distributions mount /dev/shm through other means and require /dev/shm to be added to /etc/fstab even though it is already being mounted on boot. Others may configure /dev/shm in other locations and may override /etc/fstab configuration. Consult the documentation appropriate for your distribution.