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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 15:54 +1030, Tim wrote:
> Tim:
> >>> Taking the opposite line of attack, it is possible to completely
> >>> remove it from a Linux installation, isn't it?
>  
> 
> Lyvim Xaphir:
> >> Good question.  I'd like to find out about that myself.
> 
> Steven P. Ulrick:
> > I don't know if this is a full answer to the above question, but I
> > thought that I'd try running "yum remove *selinux*" just for fun.  See
> > the result at: http://www.afolkey2.net/Projects/selinux.txt
> > 
> > For the impatient, the file referred to above says that I would need
> > to remove 979 RPM's:
> 
>    [including the kernel]
> 
> I'd be inclined to try using something other than YUM, though.  Having
> read messages about yum removing one package resulting in the complete
> removal of Gnome or KDE, etc...
> 
> Of course, you don't have to use the provided kernels, likewise for
> other packages.  You could roll your own without any dependency on
> SELinux.  Though that rather obviates the purpose for using a distro.






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