[techtalk] Fw: Modprobe soundcore

Tamara Thompson thompson at gate.sunquest.com
Mon Dec 6 12:06:06 EST 1999

I've got RH too, look in /sbin for modprobe.

when you get the command not found message, you can try 

find / -name command-name -print       do it as root for access to all directories

you can type /sbin/modprobe from your current directory to run the command.

>>> "Scott Howell" <scott at nitronet.net> 12/06 10:34 AM >>>

----- Original Message -----
From: Sunnanvind <dodsangel at himlen.com>
To: <techtalk at linuxchix.com>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 1999 12:21 PM
Subject: Modprobe soundcore

Dear all;
I want to get sound running on my notebook computer, and I found this page
http://people.redhat.com/zab/maestro/ that had a file I downloaded, and the
following instructions:

tar -zxf ~/maestro-*.tar.gz
cd maestro-*
modprobe soundcore (maybe)
make install

That "maybe" was well needed, I guess, since I get a 'command not found'
when I
do modprobe. Probably because I have red hat?
I don't know anything about linux.
Hjärtan och blomster etc etc

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