It's a SELinux thing. Solution: relabel files. There may be other files that need relabelling too, so here's a system-wide approach to relabelling:
- edit /etc/selinux/config and change the type of policy to SELINUX=permissive,
- touch /.autorelabel,
- reboot the system and check /var/log/messages for avc: denied messages,
- reenable enforcing by changing SELINUX=enforcing. Reboot or run setenforce 1.
(Read more: http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/selinu...fc3/index.html