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location San Antonio, TX
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I've been working with UNIX, GNU, and Linux for over 25 years. I've done significant programming in over 40 programming and scripting languages, including Smalltalk, Objective-C, C, Csh, bash, perl, awk, m4, and lots more. I've worked as a consultant, systems administrator, customer support representative, project manager, trainer, founder/CTO, and lots more.


For fun I play guitar (acoustic and electric), build LEGO robots, tweak http://reiber.org and make random contributions all over the internet - see: http://bit.ly/reiber which just scratches the surface.


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answered Useful machines built with LEGO
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Jan
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comment Lego Mindstorms NXT software error
Jesse - I'm in the same boat as well. See my comment under "There are a number of Mac patches". I had hoped to be able to use NXT-G on this Mac... this is really irritating. WHY doesn't it even give the FILENAME of the "required file"?!?!?
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Jan
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comment Lego Mindstorms NXT software error
I just installed the latest NXT-G2.0 on Lion - 10.7.5 - and it was REALLY borked - wouldn't resize right, threw random errors, generally almost worked but not quite. I would resize the outer window, and the program area would get smaller! Then I installed the "Software 2.0 fix (mac)"... and now I see "Error: a required file is broken" - it's even more broken.