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Re: Request Regarding the "Remove SELinux" Thread

On Fri, 21 Sep 2007, 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.

Thus, the original poster's options would appear to be (and Linux _is_
about having options/choice):

Reconfigure and recompile the entire source tree for Fedora, respin the
results, and install. Under the GPL,  I believe this is your right (less
the pretty pictures/icons from Fedora, but the originals should still be
available.) Respin, and reinstall. You get to keep the RH style of doing
things, at a significant cost of personal work. Your choice.
	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.

Then, I may have spoken too soon. I still think there is very little signal and a whole lots of noise, but that can be just me. YMMV of course.

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