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Re: Making SELinux standard for etch

On (06/10/06 17:35), Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> Hi,
>         We are at a point where we can support a targeted SELinux
>  policy, at least in permissive mode.  Everything seems to work for
>  me; I can fire up targeted SELinux UML's and only see a few harmless
>  log messages.


I am interested in SELinux and I think it's great that a good install
can be provided, even if it is not done by default.

I decided to set up a VM with it turned on, so I went to the guide
posted at

which states

  If you have exim installed, you must either install postfix or write an
  exim policy, as none currently exists. 

Is this still the case? It seems that it would be odd to install it by
default if the default MTA is not supported (I'm not trying to trigger
that particular debate).


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