# system eqs + eq with abs() then solve() kills the Kernel

Hi

W10 ,SageMath 9.2

if I uncomment line 3 below, it kills the Kernel.

```
varL=var('a,b,c,d',domain='real')
eqL=[a == -d, b*c == 0, a*(b + c) == 0]
#eqL.append((abs(a)+abs(b)+abs(c))!=0)
show("so we need : \t ",eqL)
S=solve(eqL,varL)
show(S)
```

Interesting. The problem indeed arises from the inequality.

`algorithm="sympy"`

raises a`NotImplementedError: inequality has more than one symbol of interest.`

`segmentation fault`

(Debian testing, Sagemath 9.4.rc0).FWIW, Mathematica is sort-of-able to solve the full system :

Smells (reeks) as a bug.

This is now Trac#32325.