Should selinux be standard?
I'd like to ask whether selinux should really be installed by default.
On the Linksys NSLU2, a very popular device with only 32 MB of RAM,
installing selinux-policy-default takes at least half an hour (with
heavy swapping) or possibly even more. This is a major regression
from the installer experience of etch. A bug about this problem was
filed about 3 weeks ago (#495786) but there was no response from the
maintainer at all.
Is selinux actually used much in Debian and should it be standard?