SELINUX as default option
Well, I see that Fedora Core 5 is now out, and there are some
installation "disasters" being reported. As it turns out,
SELINUX is implicated in a fair proportion of them, just as
it was in FC4.
I strongly recommend to the Debian developers that they not
make the default for Debian be for SELINUX to be installed, or
if they insist on making it be installed, that the default be
for it to be inactive.
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