I tried to run modprobe and got the message:
bash: modprobe: command not found
Is there a way to add this program to my computer?
When I "man modprobe", I get the manual for depmod which explains both
modprobe and depmod
farmer dude wrote:
>Sorry for that
>modprobe -d pcd
>There is a correct order, you need the paride stuff
>and the specific backpack driver. look at your kernel
>source and therein it tells you which to use (bpck or
>bpck6) depending upon version. I've got a 3 year old
>backpack and bpck6 works for me.
>--- Shawn Koons <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I am attempting to get my machine to recognize my
>>I will attempt to give as much info as I can. Please
>>accept apologies in
>>advance if I give too much, or the wrong,
>>*I use Tiny Linux, based on Slackware 4.0.
>>*I have a Compaq LTE 5300 laptop P133 w/48 meg ram.
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