Bug#515547: release-notes: lenny release notes claim that selinux-basics is now priority standard, but it isn't
On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 12:34:36AM +0100, Simon Paillard wrote:
> 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 :
Russel, do you think the current formulation in the Lenny release notes
should be changed?
Would there be another term for what is currently installed in standard
(instead of SELinux support)?
Thanks in advance,