limb at jcomserv.net
Fri May 20 18:45:16 UTC 2011
cornel panceac wrote:
> 2011/5/20 Michael Cronenworth <mike at cchtml.com <mailto:mike at cchtml.com>>
> cornel panceac wrote:
> > 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
> > and i don't want to waste time with yum upgrading things i don't
> Side note: This thread is a great candidate for the user list.
> You cannot remove SELinux completely from Fedora through yum.
> why not?
Because it will wipe out lots of packages that require it. Try yum
remove selinux* (WITHOUT -y!!!!!!) and look at the list of things it
wants to remove, and I bet you need at least something on that list.
> The best
> you can do is set it to Disabled and exclude selinux-* and libselinux
> from being upgraded. Note: Some packages may require newer SELinux
> packages and may fail to update if you exclude them.
> I don't see you benefiting at all from disabling/excluding SELinux.
> You're best off saving your pennies for a faster computer.
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