Hier ein Beispielscript, mit dem man den ASURO aus SCILAB heraus fernsteuern kann:

Code:
function turn(degrees)
// ASURO turn
// v0.1 5.1.2006 stochri

digit_per_turn=68;

digit=abs(degrees/360*digit_per_turn);
realtimeinit(0.1);
realtime(0);
for k=1:digit,
	realtime(k);
	if degrees>0,
		unix ./asuro_rechts;
	else	
		unix ./asuro_links;
	end
end
endfunction

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Damit das funktioniert, muss man vorher die beiden scripfiles asuro_links und asuro_rechts wie hier beschrieben

http://www.roboternetz.de/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15726

erzeugen.

Gruss,
stochri