This pulls in SELinux support on every upgrade, which might have some
Ok we probably should remove it but we need the GUI to be smart enough
to know if SELinux is installed.
In particular, it should never be the case that s-c-u is installed,
the policy package is installed, but policy-sources is not...
I've removed the Requires on policy-sources and setools. Should be
fixed in system-config-users-1.2.11-3 in Rawhide.
I'll add the bits tomorrow to figure out if SELinux is installed and
whether it is enabled or disabled.
system-config-users-1.2.11-4 should disable the SELinux widgets if
policy-sources is not installed or if SELinux is not currently running.