selinux eradicator?

Mike McCarty Mike.McCarty at
Fri Jun 29 02:28:00 UTC 2007

David Boles wrote:
> on 6/28/2007 6:16 PM, Mike McCarty wrote:
>>David Boles wrote:
>>>You want to disable it for yourself? Sure. Help yourself Do that. But to
>>>suggest that everyone do that because you find it a PITA is wrong. IMHO.
>>I didn't see anyone advocate what you argue against. I saw some advocate
>>not to be forced to install it when they don't want it, in order to use
> The main 'piece' that you don't want, as I understand it which is not that

The fellow who doesn't want SELinux on his machine is Karl, not me.

> well BTW, is in the kernel. The 'major' parts, SELinux, that you speak of
> can be disabled. Like turning off a light. The 'massive rpm downloads' you
> refer to do not exist but can be avoided but excluding them from updates.

I did not refer to any "massive rpm downloads" in any of my messages.

> Next rant?  ;-)

Check to whom you speak. Nothing you wrote seems to apply to me.

SELinux is already inactive on my machine. The daemon isn't even

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