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I installed it using aptitude and apt-get but still after purging reinstalling everytime i try to use rfkill in the terminal it will say command not found.

  • i have problems with my Wifi probably a Hardblock therefor i need rfkill. – Opaldes Mar 13 '16 at 19:08
  • But everytime i put $rfkill list in the terminal it simply says that the command is not found – Opaldes Mar 13 '16 at 19:09
  • i looked in the man pages so its not a typo – Opaldes Mar 13 '16 at 19:10
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You have got to run it as root.

It does not run, nor it is found as a regular user. It resides in /usr/sbin, that is only searched and used by root. Normally the /usr/sbin/ and /sbin directory house binaries that need to be run with special privileges.

If you defined a sudo user, you can run it as

sudo rfkill

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