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Re: How best get rid of SELinux?



Arthur Pemberton wrote:

[snip]

As an aside, use of SELinux is far less complicated than this thread
would have you believe - more importantly, disabling it is trivial if
you do not need its protection.

The complexity of setting it up should diminish with time, I'd
think, as the default setup gets closer to what most need,
and smarter tools are written to manage it.

My disinclination to have SELinux on my machine is not based
on that.

Mike
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