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Re: selinux-enabled packages (and avr-gdb)

On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 23:22:09 +0100 (CET), Markus Schabel <markus.schabel@tgm.ac.at> said: 

> Hello!

> When using selinux on debian, I need the following packages with
> selinux-patches applied (on sarge): coreutils, cron, libpam0g,
> libpam-modules, libpam-runtime, logrotate, ssh, sysvinit

> IMHO these packages are not officially available on sarge, but
> libselinux1 and selinux-utils are available; but they aren't really
> useful without patched versions of the above packages.

> Are there any plans to officially supply selinux enabled versions of
> these packages, or do users need to use inofficial/external versions
> of these packages? If that is so, what's the reason for including
> libselinux?

	Not in Sarge, no. I hope to get the SELinux patches  accepted
 for the other packages in the time froma for Etch, when libselinux1
 moves into base (required for a patched dpkg)


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