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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?

Mike McCarty wrote:
> It would be nicer if the mandatory access control were an optional
> feature for those who don't want it.

It is optional, just not in Fedora.  See www.linuxfromscratch.org for
the sort of complete control and customization you seek.  Either that
or search for a distro that more closely matches your desires.

For Fedora, SELinux is a feature that is most definitely an important
part of the distro.  You can bemoan it for days (and day and days and
days...), but that won't make it what you want it.  What you want is
not -- and most likely will not be -- provided by Fedora anytime soon.

Beating this dead horse will not make it gallop -- but it does make
those of us on the sideline wince. :)

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