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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



> Mostly because of about two or three people griping that their kitten is
> not a pony.

Its also worth noting that those people appear to be basing their opinions on 
extremely elderly fedora core releases. If they only experience is with 
SELinux as on FC(1/2), then I'm not surprised they are moaning. It did cause 
a few problems back then and was difficult to use, since all the user 
friendly admin tools have come along afterwards (I think there is a case to 
argue it was not quite mature enough when first introduced). But now, it 
seems quite a slick product.

Chris 


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