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Old 06-14-2011
Is Drive Valid Segfault

I have a program that allows users to specify the debug log file location and name.

I have tried using the access() and stat() but they both segfault if the drive say (d:\) is invalid. Both seem to be fine if the drive exists.

Could someone please point me in the direction to a function that will work or pointers on how to make the aforementioned functions to work.


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Old 06-14-2011
I suspect it's not access() and stat() that are segfaulting but something later in your code. Please post the segfaulting code.
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