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I installed the VLC Player via yum (yum install vlc) and it installed all the dependencies as well as the player. There is an icon in the Applications -> Sound and Video menu, however when you click it nothing happens. Any ideas?
Files have a security layer called a context which defines what a particular file is used for. It's just another step to secure linux, like using chown or chmod, I think this was introduced with SELinux.