I'm using Debian Wheezy, and by default a folder
/selinux exists on my filesystem, even though I'm not (knowingly) using any SELinux infrastructure. I know that SELinux is intertwined with some standard packages, for example
ls is linked with
Nevertheless, can I delete the folder
/selinux on my disk?
I know, it does not take up any space, but still it bothers me to have it around when I don't need/use it.
Can I delete it?