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    Hello, I am trying to get my audio driver to work and it said in the help manual for the driver ( that I needed to make changes to my modprobe.conf . When I try to run in a super user terminal window it says permission denied, when I run it in VIM when I save it says /etc/modprobe.conf is read-only (add ! to override) Could you tell me either how to run it in super user terminal or where to add ! to override? thank you

  2. #2
    if you have gedit installed, you can just login as superuser, and then type gedit /etc/modprobe.conf
    or if you want to can use nano or vi, by substituting those in.

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