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    Default linux, libusb, and usb.h include issue

    Hi all,

    This may be a simple thing, but I've been stuck for hours now with an issue with libusb. Other threads on the subject don't seem to help

    The .cpp file has the include directive "#include <usb.h>", which generates an error message at compilation time usb.h: No such file or directory

    However :
    • libusb-1_0-devel is installed
    • the .pro file includes LIBS += -lusb


    Is there something obvious I am missing ?

    Thanks for any insight

    Andre

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    Default Re: linux, libusb, and usb.h include issue

    Is there something obvious I am missing ?
    Include search path perhaps?
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