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nxt-python (python module to control Lego NXT)

nxt-python is a python 2.x driver/interface for the Lego Mindstorms
NXT robot.

Setup
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In order to use nxt-python with an NXT kit, you should add a 'lego'
group to your system, and add yourself to that group:

# groupadd lego
# usermod -a -G lego YourUserName

You will also want to set up a udev rule to identify NXT hardware and
grant the 'lego' group permission to use it.

A sample rule is included for you in /usr/share/nxt-python, but you may
want to verify the vendor code of the NXT unit.

To verify the vendor code, connect the NXT hardware to your computer
and then run:

lsusb

Look at the ID for the Lego device; it will probably be 0694, but if not,
then change the value in the sample udev rule to match.

Save the sample udev rule (70-lego.rules) to /etc/udev/rules.d/

Log out and log back in, and you should now have full control, via Python,
over your NXT hardware.

Requires at least one of these
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pyusb (for USB communication)
pybluez (for bluetooth communication)

Maintained by: klaatu
Keywords: lego,nxt,mindstorm
ChangeLog: nxt-python

Homepage:
https://github.com/Eelviny/nxt-python

Source Downloads:
nxt-python-2.2.2.tar.gz (5bd1f018cef143f3c1184847db6a9e1e)

Download SlackBuild:
nxt-python.tar.gz
nxt-python.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

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