I think you'll find it *is* on the system, as it's part of modutils, which
is installed by default and rather tricky to remove. It's more likely that
you're typing this command as a normal user, and of course, being a system
command, it's not supposed to be used by anyone except root. It's in /sbin,
which is in root's path, but not a normal users.
Type su -, enter root's password, then try again.
Good to see you're not running as root though - very good practice which
newbies often neglect. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gun Caundle" <gun(a)paradise.net.nz>
To: "wlug" <wlug(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:32 AM
Subject: [wlug] lsmod command
I am a newbie using RH 9 and working with the Red Hat Linux Bible by
He uses a command 'lsmod' which I think is for listing modules.
However my version of RH9 doesn't appear to have this command. IE
[root@LinuxBox /]# type lsmod
bash: type: lsmod: not found
Is there another command I could use instead?
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