Installed FC10 this week.
Re-booted this morning.
Unable to remove some of my own files.
[dpawson@marge tests]$ ls -al pipe4.xsl~
-rw-r--r-- 1 dpawson dpawson 1122 2008-12-06 12:56 pipe4.xsl~
[dpawson@marge tests]$ chmod 744 pipe4.xsl~
chmod: changing permissions of `pipe4.xsl~': Permission denied
Tried various other options
[dpawson@marge ~]$ su -
bash: su: command not found
Tried /system/log out/switch user
Unable to start new display
An SELinux policy prevents this sender from sending this message to
this recipient (rejected message had interface
"CreateTransientDisplay" error name "(unset)" destination
Reboot, login as root, not recognised.
Try to run a script
[dpawson@marge blog]$ ls -al new
-rwxr-xr-x 1 dpawson dpawson 195 2008-06-02 20:04 new
[dpawson@marge blog]$ ./new
bash: ./new: Permission denied
Is there any way as an 'ordinary' user (seems I'm not deemed competent to
run my own machine) I can get control back