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libpcan.h not found

asked 2016-06-16 19:28:54 -0500

jdcarp gravatar image

I have working code on an Ubuntu 14.04 VM that uses libpcan as a dependency. Everything runs great.

Now I am trying to build the same project on a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 partition. Suddenly libpcan is not recognized as a package.

I have tried to reinstall libpcan using rosdep

$ roscd libpcan
$ rosdep install libpcan
$ rosmake libpcan

However I cannot find the setup file to run after installing. I've since checked the directory found with

$ roscd libpcan

on both my VM and my partition, and they have the exact same contents: a cmake directory, and a package.xml.

Has anyone come across this issue?

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answered 2017-01-23 13:56:46 -0500

jdcarp gravatar image

This can be solved by downloading and installing the PeakCAN Linux drivers.

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answered 2017-01-25 03:03:56 -0500

newbieros gravatar image

try to do it by synaptic package manager, it should look like thisimage description, I hope it works

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