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

Frans Pop <elendil@planet.nl> writes:

> On Friday 15 September 2006 00:52, srivasta@acm.org wrote:
>> > Promoting selinux to standard is probably a post-Etch issue anyway
>> > as there is currently very little feedback and AIUI quite a bit of
>> > tuning is needed yet.
>>         If you say enabling SELinux by default, like fedora ships it I
>>  agree it is a post-Etch task.
> No, I meant promoting the priority of the selinux packages to "standard" 
> in the overrides files, and thus officially making them a default part of 
> any (except a bare-bones) Debian system.
> I feel that having a task install them is the better option for Etch. 

Doing that allow us, in grub-installer, check if it's going to be
installed and hack menu.lst by default.

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