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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 16:03 +1030, Tim wrote:
> 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:
> 
> Lyvim Xaphir:
> > Wow.  That just pegged my absurd-o-meter.
> > 
> > This is a little *too* difficult.  Now I'm wondering about rpm --force
> > --nodeps.  Think I'll give that a try. 
> 
> It's always struck me that there's a fundamental problem with program
> dependencies in Linux.  In that things that *could* provide more
> features to something shouldn't be a "dependency".



Perhaps you should adjust "fundamental problem" with "fundamentally
engineered problem".  View it from that angle and see what you come up
with.

LX



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