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Re: Request Regarding the "Remove SELinux" Thread



on 9/21/2007 5:56 PM, Mike McCarty wrote:
> Beartooth wrote:
>> On Fri, 21 Sep 2007 15:08:36 -0400, tom wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I, as a committee of one, have gotten tired of deleting the "Remove
>>> SELinux" thread, which has, is, and will continue to go nowhere with
>>> great noise and dust but no visible value. I recognize the joy that some
>>> people get debating things with religious fervor, but the rest of us
>>> tend to get tired of such.
>>>
>>> The _only_ way I am aware of to remove SELinux entirely is to migrate to
>>> a whole 'nother distribution. Period. Full stop.
> 
> With the current implementation.
> Oh, and Ralf claims this is happening, BTW.
> 
>> [...]
>> 	Sounds like my phone ringing -- i.e., the OP is me.
>>
>> 	While I admit to being staggered by the vastness of the replies, 
>> I have to say that the thread as a whole has been very helpful to me. If 
>> most of it seems trivial to you, that just shows how far ahead of me you 
>> are, at least when it comes to linux. <shrug>
>>
>> 	For my part, I have thanked the participants in that thread, and 
>> I continue to thank them.
> 
> Welcome. Perhaps RH will see the logic of figuring a way to make
> it truly optional. If not, then I'll not be using their product.


I'm sorry list but I just can't resist this.  ;-)

This is something my parents said to me when I was a know-it-all teen.

We will miss you when you leave (my name was here) Mike. Write when you
find work.  ;-)
-- 

  David

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