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What does “segmentation fault : 11” mean in Cordova?

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I started a tutorial on Cordova (see tutorial) and I just want to create my project. I wrote the command

./create /Users/monicamarcus/Documents/AndroidCourse com.example.tabletapp TabletApp

where the project does not exist yet. The answer was "Segmentation fault: 11". What does it mean? What should I do to get rid of it?

And another question: am I right that I am supposed to write the name of a non-existing project in the create command? Or should it be an existing project in Eclipse? Anyway, I tried it with the name of an existing project in Eclipse and I still get segmentation fault:11.
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