I absolutely love Manjaro and Arch. I love how modular it is, and most of all I love the community especially the community over here. Everyone here has been really patient with my dumb questions and helped me a lot to learn more.
But it breaks my heart that I will probably have to go with Fedora since SELinux is enabled by default.
Comparing Apparmor to SELinux many admins will swear by SELinux.
So why did Manjaro not keep an option for SELinux ?
I know there are hardended kernels out there, but people keep saying that if you really want SELinux you are better off with Fedora.
My main question is that if the policies of SELinux are not there yet, why can't Manjaro just "copy" the policies from Fedora or CentOS ? I mean its open source so why not just use them ?
Again, I don't mean this as criticism but a desperate plea for a feature request.
Thanks in advance.