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Old 12th September 2007, 11:24 PM
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Exclamation Deleted file in /sbin..

I've accidentally deleted file /sbin/modprobe under being root (of course).
I'm not sure i can recover it.

In my opinion the best way to have it back would be if someone gave me this file (link, via email,...)

On the other partition i have Ubuntu. I've copied 'modprobe' from Ubuntu partition to Fedora's partition but this has not helped.

Without 'modprobe' Fedora can't run properly (slows down, some modules are unavailable )

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Pentium M, i have the latest core of Fedora fc7...(KDE and GNOME), PLEASE HELP, THANK'S IN ADVANCE
btw. My next visit to check the thread wolud be in 10 hours (I'm from Poland)
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