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Re: Fedora Core 2 and SELinux



On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 16:12, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Just clarifying what's been posted in a couple of other threads.
> 
> SELinux *will* be included in Fedora Core 2 test 3 and the final
> Fedora Core 2 release. However, SELinux will be disabled by default.
> To install with SELinux support, pass 'selinux' to the installer
> on the command line. (Or, configure it appropriately in kickstart).
> 
> This was done based on both internal and external testing and feedback
> of the current Fedora Core SELinux implementation and policy. At
> this point, we feel that it would be potentially damaging to the aims
> of both SELinux and Fedora to ship Fedora Core 2 with SELinux
> enabled by default.
> 

thankyou for the update. It helps in more ways than I can explain


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