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I am tring to recover a SCO system remotely, when I try to login with multiple user support, i get the following message

No UTPM entry, you must execute from the lowest level (sh)

Can anyone shed some light on this issue. I have never came seen this error before.

Also it will allow me to login into maintenance mode as root single user.

thanks all that answer.
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