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The talk raised some important issues and raises a call to action for the entire "FLOSS" community on battling the Microsoft menace of patents. The video is okay (the other camera failed) and the audio is decent with captions of the key questions."
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It's enabled in enforcing mode by default in Fedora Core 6 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. See how unobtrusive it is? People don't even know it's onIt's unlikely that you would ever be running SELinux without knowing it. Yes, it comes with distros like RHEL4, but it's not turned on.