[CentOS] Saw this and thought warmly of everyone on the list

rado rado at rivers-bend.com
Thu Sep 21 11:10:21 UTC 2006

On Thu, 2006-09-21 at 09:15 -0400, chrism at imntv.com wrote:
> Lamar Owen wrote:
> > On Wednesday 20 September 2006 13:10, Peter Farrow wrote:
> >   
> >> Since SElinux seems to spawned as an intern type project and nothing
> >> more, what I object to is it being enabled by default.
> >>     
> >
> > NSA doesn't do 'intern type' projects.
> >
> > Your objections have no relevance to what goes into or does not go into 
> > CentOS; that is pretty well already determined, and, if you don't like it, 
> > either use something else or grin and bear it.
> >   
> Even though I agree with the sentiment that SElinux should be off by 
> default, I have to say that I also don't find it terribly useful (for 
> anyone) to bitch about it on this list.  It is VERY easy to turn off for 
> those that don't want or don't need it.  Life's too short....
> Cheers,
That's a start Chris...you know, this has nothing at all to do w/centos
at all! It's bs! you have this big of a problem w/selinux then either
take it to selinux or redhat! Not here, What would you expect Centos to
do about this? Do you realize what centos is? You should...Is your
bottom line intention that you want to see centos to vere away from
redhat because you are too damn lazy to just disable selinux during an
install? This is really absurd. You know, I don't run selinux only
because I don't know it yet but back around the circle, why are we here?
because we like redhat. why would you run centos if you don't like
redhat? you like redhat because they do a lot of things right. Redhat
chooses to set the default option to active or whatever it is. They must
have their reasons, I bet that outside the team, I perform centos
installs more than 99% of this msg. list and everytime I set selinux to
disable I guess I should stop, get all pissed off, get the stomach acids
pumping because I had to click it to disabled..Wow what a hoot!!! let
the dead rest! 

john rose 

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