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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



Arthur Pemberton wrote:
On 9/21/07, Beartooth <Beartooth swva net> wrote:

       Suggestion : persuade the SELinux developers, if you can, to go
take lessons from the ZoneAlarm people, paying heavily enough to get
eager co-operation. ZA is by no means perfect -- it too can be obscure --
but on any scale of user-friendliness, it's orders of magnitude (plural!)
ahead of the SELinux messages.


The SELinux devs have created apps which all but automate fixing of
most SELinux problems for you. And, they have made it really easy to
turn off. So I don't know more you want other than more and better
rules, and possible a GUI rule builder.

Since you profess ignorance, though many times it has been stated
at least by me, I'll educate you:

The thing I want is for it not to be present on my machine.[*]

If it is there, it is taking up space, eating cycles, and introducing
defects.

[*] This means, NOT PRESENT.

Mike
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