Description of problem:
On Fedora-14 (with all updates applied), when I execute the "df" command, I have the following message at the end of the report:
df: `/root/.gvfs': Permission denied
I don't understand why Fedora want to access the .gvfs directory of root because I am not logged as root.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
rpm -qa | grep gvfs
Steps to Reproduce:
This problem has disappeared after a reboot of the system.
This typically happens when you run gnome-session or any other gnome app under root, autospawning gvfs-fuse-daemon. At first, Gnome apps should not be run under root nor su/sudo. As a second note, this is a design issue of FUSE mounts, denying access to other users - system tools should be aware of it and ignore.