more latest selinux policy change problems

Chuck Anderson cra at WPI.EDU
Tue Jun 21 06:52:40 UTC 2005

On Tue, Jun 21, 2005 at 12:33:48AM -0600, Tom Lisjac wrote:
> Suggestion: Functional changes that can break existing installs
> shouldn't be provided as normal updates... they should be included in
> the next OS version. Otherwise, if the update policy is perceived to
> put running servers at risk, it won't be long before the community
> stops taking Fedora seriously.

That isn't the goal of Fedora, though.  Updates are specifically NOT
backported to older trees.  Instead, you get the update for the latest
OS release, rebuilt for the older releases.  If you want a more stable 
tree with backported fixes, then use RHEL.

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