cpanceac at gmail.com
Fri May 20 18:37:04 UTC 2011
2011/5/20 Jon Ciesla <limb at jcomserv.net>
> Michael Cronenworth wrote:
> > cornel panceac wrote:
> >> can fedora work without selinux? i'd like to remove it but last time i
> >> tried, (f10, maybe) the system no longer booted, without selinux.
> > Define "remove".
> > If you mean disable then Fedora will run with SELinux set to
> > Disabled. If it doesn't then you should file a bug.
> >  /etc/selinux/config
> I'm actually trying to envision a situation in which it wouldn't run
> with SELinux Disabled. I can't. But, yeah, removed. . .well, I had a
> user with too many privs once who removed python.
> Yeah. I know.
> Oh, come to think of it, two users.
> in your fear, seek only peace
> in your fear, seek only love
> -d. bowie
ok, to put it simply i don't need it. and remove like in yum remove
selinux\* policy\* .
one other reason is that the computer is not the fastest in the world and i
don't want to waste time with yum upgrading things i don't need.
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