segfault at 10 ip 00007f9bebcca90d sp 00007fffb62705f0 error 4 in libQtWebKit.so.4.5.2[7f9beb83a000+f6f000] segfault at 10 ip 00007fa44d78890d sp 00007fff43f6b720 error 4 in libQtWebKit.so.4.5.2[7fa44d2f8000+f6f000] segfault at 11 ip 00007f2b0022acee sp 00007fff368ea610 error 4 in libQtWebKit.so.4.5.2[7f2aff9f7000+f6f000] segfault at 11 ip 00007f24b21adcee sp 00007fff7379ded0 error 4 in libQtWebKit.so.4.5.2[7f24b197a000+f6f000]
This is a segfault due to following a null pointer trying to find code to run (that is, during an instruction fetch).
If this were a program, not a shared library
addr2line -e yourSegfaultingProgram 00007f9bebcca90d (and repeat for the other instruction pointer values given) to see where the error is happening. Better, get a debug-instrumented build, and reproduce the problem under a debugger such as gdb.
Since it's a shared library
You're hosed, unfortunately; it's not possible to know where the libraries were placed in memory by the dynamic linker after-the-fact. Reproduce the problem under gdb.
What the error means
Here's the breakdown of the fields:
address (after the at) - the location in memory the code is trying to access (it's likely that 10 and 11 are offsets from a pointer we expect to be set to a valid value but which is instead pointing to 0)
ip - instruction pointer, ie. where the code which is trying to do this lives
sp - stack pointer
error - An error code for page faults; see below for what this means on x86.
/* * Page fault error code bits: * * bit 0 == 0: no page found 1: protection fault * bit 1 == 0: read access 1: write access * bit 2 == 0: kernel-mode access 1: user-mode access * bit 3 == 1: use of reserved bit detected * bit 4 == 1: fault was an instruction fetch */