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brctl: command not found (redhat 5)

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Hi, I am trying to set up a bridge on my redhat 5.

I have installed package ebtable.

when i tried to type the command brctl to start creating the bridge, i get the error

brctl: command not found

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brctl is a part of package bridge-utils. you need to install this as well using
yum install bridge-utils

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To find the package you need for a programm you can use
yum whatprovides *bin/brctl

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thanx boss, i have installed it, it works!!!!
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