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Re: Request to re-add option to disable SELinux



It sounds like this issue has more to do with how easily an "average"
end user can admin/modify selinux and it's policies through a GUI
interface.  So what about extending the functionality of one of the
gui apps?

i.e.
    -If setroubleshoot is not part of the base package, include it and
have it turned on by default
    -Add audit2allow/audit2why functionality to setroubleshoot
    -Simplify the details section of setroubleshoot to be more
meaningful to end-users

FWIW - I'm for keeping selinux enforcing by default, but could
definitely see where end-users could be running into issues.


Juan Velez


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