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After my previous two posts about SELinux and AppArmor, "Stupid advice and some of my own ideas" and Rusty AppArmor?, another post of the same topic.

Rusty AppArmor?


After yesterday's post about SELinux now part two of this (so far) three part series.

After I had read that shocking post about a company suggestion to disable SELinux I had another look through Joshua Brindle's Blog and found some more interesting stuff, this time about AppArmor.


I was afraid I would hear about that some day, but hoped I never would.
But of course the day came that I finally had to read about a company suggesting to turn of SELinux in order to fix a problem running their software.


Many users prefer using a nice GUI for FTP-transfers instead of good, old command-line FTP.
Since this usually involves installing an extra program which could become unnecessary with this cool Firefox extension: FireFTP. Many users use Firefox already, so why not also use it for FTP?


For quite some time creating proper video-tutorials with Linux wasn't very comfortable.
I tried it with Cinelerra before, but since it's a fully featured video-editor it's too blown up for this simple task. Other solutions, like for example VNC2SWF only record video, but no sound.