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It would not be safe to remove AppArmor in the sense of the word. You would be disabling a security system designed to be in place for protecting you. So it would indeed make you less safe. What you want to know is: yes you can remove it without side-effects but lessen that system's security with it. But the changes to apparmor are quite minimal, if you ...
You can remove AppArmor without immediately killing the system. Nothing relies on it to function. But it is there for a reason. If security really isn't a concern, that's fair enough, but if you're just doing it for a quick convenience, consider learning how to adapt the rules.
This can be done with apparmor-notify Install it through apt (sudo apt-get install apparmor-notify) In /etc/apparmor/notify.conf change the usergroup to 'adm' (all users using sudo are in this group) add aa-notify -p to your startup applications. You can then test it by triggering a AppArmor Denied event with sudo tcpdump -i eth0 -n -s 0 -w /foo
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