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Re: Request to re-add option to disable SELinux



On Fri, 2008-07-04 at 16:57 -0400, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 05, 2008 at 12:19:14AM +0500, Suren Karapetyan wrote:
> > That's the most horrible direction of reasoning.
> 
> Its a very sane one
> 
> > With that we can easily remove every option from installation process.
> > (What's the point in asking what packages You want... You can
> > install/remove later... What's the point in changing default
> > partitioning... it's OK).
> 
> The partitioning needs to be queried because the layout cannot easily be
> adjusted. The packages likewise although it is become less so and as the
> post install tools get better there is a good argument for pushing that
> choice ot later.
> 
> > SELinux isn't just a specific setting... It's a bit too big.
> > It's a feature 38.7% of systems in smolt have disabled...
> > Removing that combobox is like telling this 38.7% (203150) 
> > "know what... the other 61.3% (321879) don't like *seeing* choice of
> 
> That's meaningless. What percentage of those systems are running with
> the correct choice for their system ?
> 
That's a classic case of deciding what's best for the user instead of
asking him...

Anyway... 
I tried to explain why I think the option must be there. 
I'm done now. ;-)


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