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Re: Updated SELinux Release

On Nov 05, Stephen Smalley <sds@epoch.ncsc.mil> wrote:

> Obviously, I'd prefer the default to be selinux=1, but as a temporary
> measure to getting SELinux compiled into the Debian kernel at all, I
> think it is reasonable to make the boot-time default selinux=0 in their
> kernel, as SuSE did with their kernel.  You can change the default via a
> config option, no patch required anymore.
Agreed. Anyway, I think that the really important part is having
userspace support, most of the SELinux early adopters are going to
compile their own kernels anyway.

ciao, |
Marco | [8983 inz3fxLlg0Dxk]

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