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Re: How best (BUT WHY) get rid of SELinux?



On Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 10:15:31 -0400,
  Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:
> They may well have.  Possibly something of value for my tax dollar.  But until 
> it was foisted off on us without enough docs to wrap an aspirin tablet up, 
> actual, in the real world usability was apparently never a consideration.  
> Now, with all the hoorah, yelling and screaming, (you would think we're 
> breeding elephants or something here) that aspect of it is finally being 
> addressed, which is a good thing I guess.  As far as the docs are concerned, 
> it tends to pi$$ me off a little when those docs are A) locked up in a book, 
> and B) the book is a special order item at my nearest Borders, 35 miles up 
> the interstate from me, and C) no doubt costs money.  I don't get up there 
> more than 3 or 4 times a year.

And the tools are currently changing at a rate where a book is almost certainly
out of date when dealing with the details of managing SELinux or writing
policies. They probably could be used to get an overview, but you can get
that online.


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