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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?

Arthur Pemberton wrote:
On 9/24/07, Mike McCarty <Mike McCarty sbcglobal net> wrote:
It does mean that RH products and their derivatives
are not appealing to me.

I think it would be better if they had the option simply not
to install.

They may not have the option, but you certainly do.


As an aside, feel free to deep into the code and make SELinux more
modular if you would like to not install, or petition for the
provision of non SELinux kernels,

This I have and do, and so far am getting lambasted for it.
(Well, not the "dig into the source and change it".)
However, it involves much more than just the kernel.

but please don't ask to have it removed.

I didn't, I haven't, I won't.

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