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After the installation of Network Card and completeing the process with linking the kernel I am getting the message:
"cat: canot open /var/opt/K/Sco/link/1.1.1.E.b/etc/conf/sdevice.d/:
no such file or directory (error2)"
"idbuild: the build process had errors. System build failed".


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What release of SCO?

Just a thought: Does that directory exist? If not, how much of the path exists?  /var/opt/K/Sco/link/1.1.1.E.b ?  Should the "Sco" directory be all upper case? Should there be a "." between the "E" & the "b"?

There is a Software Verify utility to fix broken links under /var/opt/K:
http://osr5doc.ca.sco.com:457/HANDBOOK/swaT.verify.html

You may find the following links useful:
http://www.aplawrence.com/Unixart/linkfail.html
http://www.aplawrence.com/Unixart/driverart3.html

Good luck!
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Thanks for the support,
The software verify utility to fix broken links works perfectly and now it is OK

Thanks a lot

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