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2008 SELinux Developer Summit Call for Participation Print E-mail
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Source: selinuxproject - Posted by Bill Keys   
SELinux The SELinux Developer Summit will be a one day summit intended to provide a forum for focused technical discussion regarding current and future development plans for SELinux and related Flask/TE projects. The intended audience will consist of current SELinux developers, system/security administrators, distribution organizers/packagers, and power users. The format will be a mix of presentations and moderated discussion, including a panel where attendees will be invited to submit questions and feedback. The SELinux Developer Summit is looking for people to take part in the action. Will you be one of them?

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selinuxWritten by guest0101 on 2008-04-26 10:47:40
how do i remove selinux completely from my system? (not just disable it) 

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