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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] libreplanet-discuss Digest, Vol 42, Issue 9

From: Darren Breidigan
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] libreplanet-discuss Digest, Vol 42, Issue 9
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2013 14:41:17 -0400
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Is SELinux built into the linux-libre kernel as well?

On Jun 14, 2013, at 15:54, Darren Breidigan<address@hidden>  wrote:

>Concerns lately, about the NSA and  SELinux , which is now hard coded into
>the Linux kernel, lead me to this proposal;
>an online petition to have Linus Torvalds remove the SELinux coding from the
>Linux kernel or provide a kernel, free from NSA codes and policies.
>Any ideas would be appreciated.
I can't answer for the libre-linux team but, my understanding that it is
hard coded into the kernel  sometime in 2.6, where before it was

It can be turned "off' in the conf file, but is ever present.

In FreeBSD it is called 'Trusted BSD'

Even though SELinux is free to Linux so was the Horse at the gates of Troy.

It is also in the news

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