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Bug#515547: release-notes: lenny release notes claim that selinux-basics is now priority standard, but it isn't

Hi selinux packagers,

On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 07:50:51PM -0500, Mike Paul wrote:
> Package: release-notes
> Severity: normal

We have received a bug report about the SELinux paragraph of the

> Section 2.2 ("System Improvements") of the lenny release notes contains the
> following statement:
>   The packages needed for SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) support have been
>   promoted to priority standard. This means that they will be installed by
>   default during new installations.
> However, selinux-basics is still priority optional, and doesn't get installed
> by default.

Though the priority of selinux-basics is optional, the package
selinux-policy-refpolicy-targeted is Priority: standard

But indeed, it is misleading since selinux-basics is optional and
documented as the package to be installed :

" For existing systems you can install SELinux using:
# aptitude install selinux-basics "

If you think it must be made clearer, you can provide a patch against : 

Simon Paillard

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