Go to the directory where you save the file. Issue: ls -lZa
It will show the files and their permissions and their SE Linux contexts. Try this before AND after you re-edit and re-save the file. You should see a difference between the outputs of the ls command which would explain why it works after you edit and save.
To change ownership you use the chown command.
To change SE Linux contexts you use the chcon command.
Read the man pages for these commands for more info.
You do all this on command line of course.
IMHO GNOME FTW! BTW KDE WAD? FWIW. HTH. AFAIK YMMV. OMG WTF BBQ! :rolleyes:
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Last edited by BandC; 13th July 2006 at 11:38 PM.