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Re: Kmail offline



OK, heyu cannot by any means be called a common usage application. Kino is an end user application and is not restricted by targeted selinux policy.
Anything you do as a regular user is not restricted. I am not sure if running kino as root would trigger selinux to deny something, but unless you
know what you are doing you shouldn't do that anyway and if you know what you are doing you can fix the policy. I think the main problem in this
instance is between the chair and the display.

Gene Heskett wrote:
> Obviously you are not _using_ your computer then.  No smiley is intended 
> here either.  I suppose I could get by with a stripped install with an 
> email and a web browser, but this machine is a _working_ machine, so 
> there is a lot of other stuff its doing, some of which never heard of 
> selinux, ever.  Like heyu, kino, hell the list goes on forever it seems.
> 


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