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Re: SELinux last straw

Jacques B. wrote:

3 - How can you effectively troubleshoot an existing problem when a
past one was not dealt in such a manner as to ensure that it was

How can you use a system that does not have an effective troubleshooting mechanism regardless of how it got into its current state? The simple traditional unix mechanism is something you can easily understand and verify.

(the intrusion incident being the most notable one but I'm
sure others on the list could identify other past issues that were
potentially not dealt with adequately based on what was posted in
those threads).  The existing problem could be a domino effect from a
past problem and may never be properly dealt with until the underlying
issue is dealt with.

Regardless, you should have a way to check and fix it, unless what you are running is unimportant and you can abandon it.

  Les Mikesell
   lesmikesell gmail com

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