2 Easy fixes to Arduino error: “.h: No such file or directory"


2 Easy fixes to Arduino error: “.h: No such file or directory”

Are you trying to run an Arduino sketch, but keep coming across a “No such file or directory” error? This is a pretty common error! Keep watching to learn more about 2 easy fixes for this error.

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  1. too complicated just explain how to deal with it, not all understand of the program language …this is the a easy way :
    if you using windows 10 ..go to Control Panel…search Virus & Threat Protection>Virus & Threat Protection settings>controlled folder access>Manage control folder access>set to Off….Done !

  2. In one library example, the name was enclosed in < >, and the other example was enclosed in " ". You didn't mention that and I found it confusing. I assume those are interchangeable when calling up libraries?

  3. the real video starts at 4:30
    You could have made a 1- minute video instead of 11 minute. But apart from that, it's good content.

  4. Arduino:1.8.10 (Windows 10), Kart:"Arduino Nano, ATmega328P"

    HelloOLED:20:10: error: Wire.h: No such file or directory

    #include <Wire.h>


    compilation terminated.

    exit status 1

    Wire.h: No such file or directory

    This report would have more information with

    "Show verbose output during compilation"

    option enabled in File -> Preferences.

  5. Hey thanks for sharing man, it was really helpful to me and I got my issue resolved by using the search function from the manage libraries option.
    The problem I had was with FastLED, you'd think that FastLED would have everything installed because it's so well known and used within the Arduino IDE but when I wanted to use the example sketch "XYMatrix" I got the error "SmartMatrix.h: No such file or directory", so I did what I normally do and go to the FastLED GitHub page to see if I could download the file but to my surprise there's no such file in the whole repository, I've checked…
    Also there's nothing obvious to me where I can find any info about this particular issue and when I Google search I only find rabbit holes leading to nowhere so I gave up my search temporarily until I watched your video just now and decided to try your suggestion and now I'm happy because it worked instantly.
    Best regards,
    Ricardo Penders

  6. I just found another reason! Look under Tools and make sure you have the right board checked. If you don't, the Arduino IDE won't see the libraries appropriate for your board.

  7. I spend too much time looking for files. They're scattered all over my computer and I don't think it's entirely my fault either!

  8. THANK YOU SO MUCH! You're amazing! You make everything so simple and can help people like me who are new to this understand!

  9. I was add library ThingSpeak but when i compilation code it still eror : "ThingSpeak No such file ordirectory"
    but i can find 'Thingspeak.h' in folder library of arduino. what wrong? can u give me answer

  10. This dude tried to make a 5 minute video in an exhausting 11-minute video just to make money out of many minutes of viewship. Damn !

  11. <math.h> I have probleem for several days. What I can do 😭😭😭
    For this library. We don't have zip file


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