When you try a different hoster, install CentOS and the first thing you notice is that SELinux is not enabled… 🤦♂️ 🤦♂️ 🤦♂️ 🤦♂️ 🤦♂️ 🤦♂️
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@sheogorath why'd SELinux be enabled tho if you never explicitly enabled it...?
@Wolf480pl Because that's what the default setup does when you not explicitly turn it off?
(And yes, I just installed a VM to verify my statement)
@sheogorath Why is it not the default setup tho?I wouldn't want SELinux (or, for that matter, any non-essential thing) enabled by default on a freshly installed system.
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