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/usr/sbin contains executables/scripts than can only be run by root user or with sudo. So I think it should be accessible when you add a sudo on the left of your command. You will need root privileges to get it to work anyway. More info at the following link about difference between /bin and /sbin However, I can locate rtcwake without sudo. It opens the ...



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