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Old 24 April 2008, 15:33   #5
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Well, the following is only a vague assumption...

my reference book says $0000000B is an error in line F emulation, opcode 1111. Apparently a line F emulator is for the emulation of an FPU co-processor.

BUT this is for a guru number starting with a 0!

It appears to be a combination (logical OR) of $0000000B and $80000000, the latter of which means DEADEND_ALERT (a zero at the beginning stands for alert type RECOVERY_ALERT).

[edit] quick google also confirmed this:
when a program tries to execute a FPU instruction on a processor without a FPU, or there is a problem with the 68040/060 library.
8000000B Line F emulation error

It clearly looks like a library problem!

Here's a 1999 ML post regarding a similar issue:

In case you need this again, this post is great, as it lists all common gurus:

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