selinux eradicator?

Tom Horsley tom.horsley at
Wed Jun 27 12:57:33 UTC 2007

> The most actively updated selinux package is selinux-policy.  So you 
> should be able to remove this without too many dependencies.
> policycoreutils does have lots of packages that require it so getting 
> rid of it will be a problem.  libselinux is a core library which you 
> can't remove.  libsemanage and libsepol are required by policycoreutils.
> So I would just remove selinux-policy-* and you should see far less updates.

That seemed to work. I also found I could remove the setroubleshoot
stuff with no dependency issues. Any of the remaining packages seem
to transitively drag in every other rpm on the system :-).


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