Re: libselinux1 - required
It's been implied that people will be basicly *forced* to use selinux,
so couldn't it be easier to have a coreutils-selinux package on the
side? just like how the kernel team maintain a couple different
branches of the kernel at the same time. There are people that
*REFUSE* to use selinux (personal/political/etc... reasons), if
"coreutils" is made absolutely dependant on libselinux1, then the user
gets no choice...
Personally, I am one of the above. Sadly however there is becoming a
lack of distributions that provide such a choice.
Anyway, such may have been discussed way before I subscribed to
debian-devel, or I may have just missed it. If so, could someone
kindly let me know, and point me to an Archive about it?
On 08/06/05, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 07, 2005 at 09:56:17PM -0400, Stephen Frost wrote:
> > * Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > > last time i spoke to him [name forgotten] the maintainer
> > > of coreutils would not accept the coreutils patches -
> > > already completed and demonstrated as working and sitting on
> > > http://selinux.lemuria.org/newselinux - because libselinux1
> > > is not a "Required" package, and could not be made a "Required"
> > > package because of the sarge freeze.
> > If it was related to sarge being frozen then that issue is out of the
> > way and it should be brought up again if you're interested in it, with
> > the coreutils maintainer, not on d-d.
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