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Don't bother unless you want lots of pain with little results. You can try a windows emulator, either on a Windows or Mac host. I recall parallels on the Mac worked quite well. It won't work with Linux or Mac Wine very well, though you will have better luck if you have a traditional serial tower with some hosts. As per the other answer, switch to another ...


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I have successfully used RCX with a USB to Serial converter (hardware) to connect to the tower, and Bricxcc software with Windows 7. The Bricxcc is free software. I found that I had to start by upgrading the RCX firmware to firm0332.lgo: RCX firmware version 3.32. This version came with the last Robotics sets with the RCX released by LEGO Education. As ...


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I know this is 3 and a half years late, but I figured I'd throw in my two cents. Attach an NXT light sensor and an RCX light sensor facing into each other. You can communicate bi-directionally by flashing the built-in LEDs. On the RCX side, this can be accomplished by switching the sensor mode between touch sensor and light sensor to passivate or ...



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