dgboles at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 05:25:57 UTC 2007
on 6/28/2007 7:22 PM, Mike McCarty wrote:
> David Boles wrote:
>> Just today you learned how to disable SELinux. And you started with FC
>> when? It has been there a long time and you did not even know it?
>> Observant of you.
> It amazes me that someone who desires to exercise personal control
> over what gets installed and run on his own personal computer
> excites others to use sarcastic criticism. It's his machine.
> What do you care?
Actually I do not care one little bit what he, Karl, does. Or what you do
either for that matter.
And I am just an ordinary user. I have no control over what Fedora decides
to provide, or to not provide, or how they do it. With a hardware firewall
in place. With a software firewall in place. And with SELinux up and
running. Problems? Sure. Once in a while. But I fix them. Or somebody
does. But I do agree with what they offer and how they do it. If I did not
I would move on. Me? I'm staying.
What He, or you, want to install, configure, or disable? That is up to you
as far as going along with what Fedora offers. As for SELinux, or one of
several other Hmm.. several different flavors of this type of protection?
Get used to it. They - the other distros - have it too. So remember just
how to disable it for the future. ;-)
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