fanuc robot: TP to LS

This is about a robot model R-J3iB from www.fanucrobotics.com
I couldn't find this info anywhere, on how to build the TP file with
something like maketp.
I've got ROBOGUIDE installed and working fine, where I can run a LS file and create the TP.
What is needed to make the maketp work? Any help is appreciated! We need that for automating the robot with our scripts. That, and how to send command through ETHERNET, but that's a second step, for my next topic. :P
Well, I could get this far: [code]

MakeTP V7.20-1, Copyright (C) 2004, FANUC Robotics America, Inc. Usage: MakeTP [/p] infile [outfile][/config inifile] /p - Pause after translating /config - Robot configuration file (default robot.ini)
/ver version_id - Select core version Installed versions of WinOLPC: V6.40-1 V6.43-1 V7.20-1 <-- Default version

MakeTP V7.20-1, Copyright (C) 2004, FANUC Robotics America, Inc. MakeTP V7.20-1, Copyright (C) 2004, FANUC Robotics America, Inc. A robot has not been defined yet, run Setrobot.

Setrobot V7.20-1, Copyright (C) 2004, FANUC Robotics America, Inc. Error creating robot configuration: No support for that interface

Error creating configuration file: C:\Arquivos de programas\FANUC \WinOLPC\bin\backdate.dt not found. [/code]
Then I find that backdate.dt file on roboguide's folder, and copy it there to the same directory, but it's no use, because it says: [code]

Unable to read Registry value 'VirtualRobotServer' [/code]
It's hard to move with this with no pointers or documentation, and I couldn't find any on fanuc's website just yet. Plus they still haven't replied my e-mail or request for an account.
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well, so far we seem to be moving n this subject in another forums: http://www.robot-forum.com/robotforum/fanuc_robots/tp_to_ls-t1914.0.html
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