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Re: The possibility of SELinux targeted policy in the default install

Erich Schubert <erich@debian.org> writes:

> So the average user will only be confused by this option, since it
> rarely will work properly for him. This would make more sense for
> switching between strict and targeted policy. The key bootup files such
> as /sbin/init have the same labels in these, so switching should work
> with a single reboot. For experienced users even without a reboot.

But then would be possible to generate those entries if an user
enables it on menu.list and if he has the needed packages installed.

Does SELinux people interested to work in something like that?

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