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Old 09-04-2002
Error k_trap - kernel mode trap type 0x0000000E

HELP is urgently required,

I run on SCO Unix 3 and this is the panic message that I get every time that I reboot 10U

k_trap - kernel mode trap type 0x0000000E

I have checked the swap already having the following results:

#swap -l
path dev swaplo blocks free
/dev/swap 1,41 0 192512 192512

can somebody help me?Smilie
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Old 09-04-2002
See this link on pcunix.com SCO FAQ. Should help you out.
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Old 09-06-2002
thank you so much

Your support has been very helpful and leaded me into the solution of my problem, I appreciate that.
Thanks again and hope everything goes cool for you.
# 4  
Old 09-22-2002
Hi there,

I have seen ur message, it is not a big problem.

First, do not worry about the mode, becuase whenever you boot your system, you are entering into Kerne mode, here the normal function keys will not function, for comming out of Kernel mode you please type go at the prompt, u will be either in C-shell (or) B-shell depending on ur native environment.

Second, you have to re-install ur Operating System once again. I am also working in SCO-Unix environment (Version is 5.0.4e Open server).

I have come across this problem quite often.
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