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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



On 9/21/07, Ralf Corsepius <rc040203 freenet de> wrote:

> > I remember back in the days when a firewall used to get very similar
> > complaints and everyone was suggesting just to turn it off instead
> > SELinux is a fundamental security paradigm change. It has taken a lot of
> >   effort to get where we are now.
> Only if you consider it to be progress and a sustainable solution. So
> far this is not clear yet. History will judge if it really is or not.
>
> Remember iptables and friends. They had to go through several iterations
> until they had reached a point most people found them to be in an
> acceptable and usable shape. Still you will find many people who switch
> firewalls off, on certain situations (I do so on my home network's
> clients. My server has them turned on).


This seems like an argument for RFCs and RFEs and bug reports, and
constructive discussions, but blunt subjective bashing


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