Dermot Daly wrote:
>>>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.
>I think it was when it decided that perl apps couldn't open files, thus
the packaged awstats.pl didn't work, that I decided to request that
people not turn it on.
I'm sure if you have the patience of a saint, and commensurate time,
it's an awesome product. In the meantime, use groups and passwords ;)
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