Selinux beating up on Chromium

Antonio Olivares olivares14031 at
Sat Aug 14 17:27:22 UTC 2010

> OK thanks - the question that then may be begged is when
> will f12 get
> a .33 kernel I wonder?
> -- 

Seems that it would seem *not possible* at this point given the trends that Fedora has been following :( kernel is at already, Fedora 12 has a or so modified kernel, maybe a kernel seems a better prediction than a 2.6.33.X kernel much less a 2.6.35 or 2.6.36 kernel :(  [1], [2], [3] and [4] 



[1]  Yes, I know that Fedora takes great care to ensure that many drivers are working and patched, the newer kernels introduce newer bugs and kill working drivers like nouveau,radeon,..., etc  and moving to these new kernels will not add anything but problems?

[2] Fedora 13 is still at 2.6.33.X kernels and not 2.6.34.X or or so current kernels. 

[3]  If you want a Fedora kernel, check koji or test repo's for the latest and greatest offerings from Fedora or

[4]  Get an official kernel from and build/compile on your own, but at your own risk and you will assume the consequences on your own. 


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