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I am trying to get wireless working a lenovo g560. I tried following the instructions on the debian site here http://wiki.debian.org/wl but it is not working. At step 7 I get an error that modprobe does not exist. Anybody know of a straightforward tutorial or got any tips?

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Are you running the command as root? –  Tshepang Mar 4 '11 at 5:41
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/sbin is not part of your PATH and thats why its complaining. So try /sbin/modprobe.

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@thesteve: If /sbin is not in your PATH, it's because you're doing something wrong. The commands should be run as root, and any reasonable method to become root will add /sbin to the PATH. –  Gilles Mar 4 '11 at 21:37
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