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Re: libselinux1 - required

On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 10:44:30PM +1200, Nigel Jones wrote:
> It's been implied that people will be basicly *forced* to use selinux,

 wrong.  completely wrong.

 in the debian kernel builds (as arranged i believe by
 manoj), the default option for the selinux kernel module is

 that means it's switched off.

 libselinux1 has a function which will detect this.
 all patches in all programs and all utilities and all services
 utilise this function, and disable all and any functionality
 related to and pertaining to selinux.

 at no time and on any account and under no circumstances will selinux
 cause any loss of functionality, loss of speed or any other perceived
 or actual "detrimental" effects or side-effects when the kernel option
 "selinux=0" is set.

 if this isn't clear and explicit enough, do let me know and
 i'll be happy to come round with a big stick with nails in
 it to help make the point more clearly.



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