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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • having followed the outgrowth of Fedora Core 3 continually from Red Hat 7.2 onward, I can pretty much deny that Fedora Core 3 sucks.

    If anyone had been paying attention, they would certainly have noticed that SELinux was introduced in Fedora Core 2 , coinciding, IIRC, with the inclusion of the 2.6 kernel -- and has little or nothing to do with Fedora Core 2 or 3.

    As a matter of fact, Red Hat Magazine wrote about SELinux recently in their November 2004 article [redhat.com].

    Fedora Core 3's installer does ask you abou

    • Where did you get the idea that I was a system administrator? And where did you get the idea I was saying that RedHat or Fedora suck? I didn't say either. I'm quite happy with Fedora on the whole, other than feeling ambushed by a "feature" that causes such cryptic failures if you try to color outside the lines. Every system has its rough edges.

      For a Sysadmin to install Fedora without knowing about SELinux would border on criminal. But if you're coming at it as a developer who needs a platform for Apache, and you need to get off of RH9, SELinux barely gets mentioned. It's not talked about in the places where developers get together to talk, and none of the Apache books that I've seen mention it. Try super searching for "selinux" on Perlmonks, for example.