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    help me on commands


    hai,

    iam using linux (fedora core -3 with 2.6.9 kernel) ,

    my shell is" bash"
    some of commands (ipconfig, insmod, modinfo ) , these are not working at my shell..

    if i use those commands at root, it shows me " C O M M A N D NOT F O U N D"

    Can any body resolve my problem....

    Pls help me.....

    Thanx in Advance

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    try to type command correctly

    1) ifconfig
    2)insmod
    3)modinfo
    for more information use man pages

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    Or using the full path like /sbin/ifconfig or /sbin/modprobe
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    Quote Originally Posted by mallik
    hai,

    iam using linux (fedora core -3 with 2.6.9 kernel) ,

    my shell is" bash"
    some of commands (ipconfig, insmod, modinfo ) , these are not working at my shell..

    if i use those commands at root, it shows me " C O M M A N D NOT F O U N D"

    Can any body resolve my problem....

    Pls help me.....

    Thanx in Advance
    Check out whether you have installed the complete networking module while installation.... ipconfig is for Windows...try ifconfig in linux.....

    for details do man ifconfig

    you can do man on all commands.

    --Saalim

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