Originally posted by camelrider
e2fsk may require root to run. Most programs in /sbin do so.
If you are running as root /sbin should be in your $PATH as most commands requiring root privileges are in /sbin or /usr/sbin.
Apparently in newer versions of RH this is not the case. I am guessing they assume you will either know this and add it in your PATH yourself, OR that you are going to use gui tools that are bound with full path to accomplish most tasks.
Just an FYI..