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Re: SELinux package


        I am likely to need this for work in a couple of months (as
 soon as I complete my current assignment). Looking at playing with
 this, I notice that the default policy needs tinkering to work with a
 non red hat system. Indeed, we probably need to come up with some
 modular mechanism for people to add per package policy snippets. And
 I was also waiting for the LSM based SELINUX before embarking on

	I can't take the time to package this right now, but I would
 be interested in helping put this together, and in testing the

 When the Guru administers, the users are hardly aware that he
 exists. Next best is a sysop who is loved. Next, one who is
 feared. And worst, one who is despised.  If you don't trust the
 users, you make them untrustworthy.  The Guru doesn't talk, he
 hacks. When his work is done, the users say, "Amazing: we implemented
 it, all by ourselves!"
Manoj Srivastava   <srivasta@debian.org>  <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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