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Quite strange... only advice I can give is to check that:
1) you are not on a filesystem mounted with -noexec flag
2) try a "ls -l test" to check you actually have the appropriate permissions
3) on non-native fs (like vfat) execution permissions are set filesystem-wide
4) if the file has "set-uid" enabled, maybe this is disabled for your user or fs for securty reason
5) if a script uses the #! tag (e.g. #!/bin/perl) you may have used a wrong executable path