[ILUG] FC3 update gone bad
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Mon Jun 27 13:02:28 IST 2005
> selinux takes security to insane levels though. All very well if you
> require that, but it breaks lots of things that expect to be living in
> the normal Unix permissions world. For most Linux use IMO you're better
> off without it.
I admit that initially on fedora (was it FC2?) the first couple of
policies were ridiculous and broke lots of stuff, but new policies
came out pretty regular until it was usable
I'm not precious about whether someone wants to use it or not, just
giving the "official line" that the fedora project recommend.
Of course; the more people who use it, the more can report issues,
leading to a better, hardened and workable policy.
On my personal laptop, yes. I've switched it off.
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