Debian / SE/Linux - libselinux1 needs to be set priority "important" or "required"
a number of SE/Linux-based upstream patches to packages (coreutils,
logrotate, sysvinit), are being held up because libselinux1 is at
present incorrectly set to priority "optional".
could someone please advise me: whom do i need to speak to in
order to persuade them that libselinux1, (which is a 58k dynamic
and 100k static library that has ZERO impact on a non-selinux
system and is utterly critical for the useability and operation
of key programs such as "ls", "rm" etc. in a selinux-enabled
system), needs to be made priority "important" or "required"?
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checking for a dial-tone; speaking immediately without listening
for either an answer or ring-tone; hanging up immediately and
believing that you have actually started a conversation.
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