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Re: Forward looking to FC2 final and SELinux



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On Tuesday 06 April 2004 18:50, Alan Cox wrote:
> Because if the default loose rules are right then normal users simply
> wont be aware of SELinux expect as something that appears in security
> errata notes as "SELinux users are not affected"

How do these loose rules effect the plethora of 3rd party software out 
there?  What about things like webmin which come in through it's own 
webserver and touch practicaly everything on the system?  What about 
webmail programs.  Hell, what about KDE?  KDE still isn't right is it?  I 
seriously doubt these lofty goals will all be fixed perfectly by May.

Sure, SELinux might be made perfect for a pure FC2 system, but when was the 
last time you ran across a joe home user that was using a 100% pure Red 
Hat Linux system?

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