abrt version: 1.1.14
cmdline: /usr/bin/amarok '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/10 - Hard For The Heart.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/07 - Breath Away.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/08 - Lovestruck.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/06 - Endlessly.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/05 - Don\'t Forsake Me.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/04 - Well, Well, Well.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/03 - Keeping My Baby.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/09 - Girl.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/02 - Too Hurt To Dance.mp3' '/root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/01 - My Boy.mp3'
reason: Process /usr/bin/amarok was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
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warning: "/usr/lib/debug/usr/lib64/libQtWebKit.so.4.6.3.debug": separate debug info file has no debug info
Core was generated by `/usr/bin/amarok /root/Musica/Duffy - Endlessly (2010)/10 - Hard For The Heart.m'.
Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
#0 0x000000379e69483f in ?? () from /usr/lib64/libGL.so.1
Timeout exceeded: 60 second, killing gdb
Debuginfo absent: 13d53aedc37a825b2759992549819b6f3d3a8c1f
Debuginfo absent: 356fba1bee13319ba6f558ffff91f809f2b6cf89
Debuginfo absent: 4657ff7d21b9f9dc9cfc67e24aeec6e7bbf3aa60
Debuginfo absent: 725a4b5d5a80cc9c99dd857f3a776e9c76289b4e
Debuginfo absent: 8e8ded201aa00968a6e18df342913492d6c5b5af
Debuginfo absent: ba1f59e7a81fe82a9e1964d8b920ebb292d47ea0
Debuginfo absent: d6f39409f366c924700cfa419b7f148c9fefa689
Debuginfo absent: dfce5f9840e6f3f1c96a9ed977b91b0f97c1c912
Debuginfo absent: eec54ab4a871ba3b9ede27de57aed5d6b7fc4cbe
How to reproduce
1. Open program from dolphin.
2. Right click open-with amarok
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