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Re: Making SELinux standard for etch

On Oct 07, Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org> wrote:

>         Realistically, most people do not use vacation, finger, and
>  sharutils either.
I have no objections to demoting any of these.

>  Are we talking about disk usage? I am not sure
>  that the increase in disk usage is perceptible on a normal install on
>  modern (read: made in this millennium) machines.
Disk usage of a "no options" default install is still an important

>         People on low disk situations can always delete them -- none
>  of these packages is remotely essential, just remove the policy
>  package and everything goes.
And people who care can always install the thing. If it's too much
complex as is then add a metapackage.


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