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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



Arthur Pemberton wrote:

So you're still missing the point that SELinux can prevent the system
from being compromised.

One does not miss a premise which one has considered
and rejected.

What I don't like is RH thinking it knows better than I do what I
need in the way of security software.


If they thought they knew better, they wouldn't make it possible to disable it.

If they thought I knew better, they'd provide a way for
me not to load it.

Mike
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