Re: bash: modprobe: command not found
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 12:09:15 GMT
On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 11:43:47 +0000, Buggs Bunny typed:
> I'm tyring to install my sound card drivers. Ive followed the
> instructions on the alsa site
> but am having problems with the modprobe bit.
> [root@cpc1-duns1-5-0-cust50 sbin]# modprobe snd-ice1712 bash: modprobe:
> command not found Ive done a 'find files' and modprobe is in the sbin
> dir so wht cant I use it from the terminal?
Did you become root with 'su' or 'su -', if the prior (su) then you
inherited the normal users path configuration and the /sbin directory may
not be part of the user's path, use /sbin/modprobe
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