I don't think anyone is smart enough to configure Apache with
SELinux. I've installed Apache maybe 20 times in my life, which is
plenty, and I eventually realized it was SELinux and just turned
the damn thing off after an hour of trying to fix it.
-- Dave Aitel
Keep in mind as well that SELinux "complexity" is purely a
reflection of complexity in Linux; SELinux just exposes the
existing interactions and provides a way to control them. The
SELinux mechanism itself is fairly simple.
-- Stephen Smalley
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