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I thought that .install files were just links to the actual .deb files. But I cannot claim to be an expert by any stretch of imagination.
It is........
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Does anyone know how to backup maps for n9?
 

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Does anyone know how to backup maps for n9?
All installed maps' data is stored in /home/user/MyDocs/cities/diskcache
Just backup that directory.
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May I suggest to identify all the resources about to go offline on this page :

http://wiki.maemo.org/Nokia

Also I found this link lately

http://archiveteam.org/index.php?title=Nokia_Memories
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Here is the full context of the mail sent out by developer.nokia.com:

From Nokia to Opera – information for a successful migration

As you know, on November 18th 2014, we announced our plans to replace Nokia Store with Opera Mobile Store as the default app store for Nokia feature phones, Symbian and Nokia X smartphones.

This transition will help our developer community maintain a vital connection to millions of people who use classic Nokia phones, through a trusted source for apps, games and content.


Today we’d like to share details on how to migrate your applications so that you can make the most of the opportunity ahead.


A three-step migration to the Opera Mobile Store

From mid-January 2015, you will be able to start migrating your content from the Nokia Publish site to the Opera Mobile Store.

To do that, you need to follow three simple steps:

First, register with Opera. This is something many developers have already done. If you haven’t yet registered, you can do so here
1. Next, when you receive the invitation email from us in January, you’ll need to visit the Nokia Publish site. Here you’ll be asked to give consent to have your content migrated across to Opera.
2. Finally, you will then be asked to confirm which content you would like to migrate.
3.
Opera will then carry out the migration within 72 hours and notify you when the chosen content appears in the Opera Mobile Store.

Importantly, you will only have the opportunity to migrate content once. After you have been through this process, any further apps you wish to transfer from Nokia Publish to the Opera Mobile Store will need to be submitted to Opera directly who will then upload them.

These steps will need to be completed by March 15th 2015.

For those who would like to register at the Opera Mobile Store and start publishing there now, you can do so here.

App signing

Opera will continue to provide signing for your Series 40 and Java applications. More information will be shared in January.

Please note that Symbian and Series 60 apps will not be re-signed by Opera, as noted in previously communicated plans for the Symbian platform.





The coming months - important dates to know

The next few months include a number of key dates to remember:

January to March 2015 – Throughout this period, Nokia Store customers will be notified of the transition from the Nokia Store to Opera Mobile Store and migrated to Opera Mobile Store. Beginning in January, a message will appear in the Nokia Store client. From February and concluding in March, consumers will then be transitioned over to the Opera Mobile Store.
* February 18th 2015 – Beginning February 18th 2015, developers will no longer be able to publish apps to the Nokia Publish site. Additionally, developers will no longer be able to register at developer.nokia.com or Nokia Publish.
* March 15th 2015 – All content must be chosen for migration by developers before this date.
* March 31st 2015 – developer.nokia.com will retire completely in March. We continue to work on a plan to migrate content from developer.nokia.com to relevant locations, and will provide more detailed information in due course.
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Consumers will be able to purchase content from the Nokia Store until they are migrated to Opera Mobile Store or until March 31st 2015, whichever is first. Consumers can make in-app-billing purchase transactions until March 31st 2015.
April 2015 – Revenue and download reports for transactions in March will continue to be available on the Nokia Publish site until April 23rd 2015. Final payments will be made to publishers for consumer purchases made through March in late April/early May. Please ensure that your bank details registered on the Nokia Publish site are up to date.
* April 23rd 2015 onwards – Beginning April 23rd, the Nokia Publish site will be retired. Revenue and download reports will be available on the site until then, after that they will only be available upon request. We recommend accessing your reports before April 23rd 2015, but will communicate the process for making subsequent requests nearer the time.
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Transitioning in partnership



The transition to Opera Mobile Store represents a great opportunity for developers to continue working with classic Nokia phones. We hope the information outlined makes the transition simple and rewarding.

If you have any questions, please take a look at the FAQ here or contact us at operatrans@microsoft.com. For more information on publishing apps to the Opera Mobile Store, please take a look at Opera’s FAQ here. And if you have questions on developing apps for Windows, please check out the Windows Dev Center.


Thank you for your continued enthusiasm, and for giving classic Nokia owners more reasons to love their phones. We value your contributions and hope to continue working together in the future.
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I've knocked up a quick script that downloads backup deb files for all packages that have been installed on your device from nokia.com and also those that have been removed (not purged). Note that this not only downloads deb files from the Ovi Store but also all system packages too (which is a good idea as we are going to lose these too). The deb files are downloaded to /home/user/MyDocs/deb/archives so make sure you've got plenty of free space available in MyDocs. I've tested the script on both Fremantle and Harmattan.

TMO doesn't allow the attachment of sh files so I'm pasting the command to create the script instead. Just copy and paste it into a terminal and then run the resultant script as root. You'll need to kill any processes that may have a lock on /var/lib/dpkg before running this script. Don't worry about any package removal or upgrade messages you may see, no changes of this nature will be made as we are only downloading the deb files.

Code:
cat << EOF > /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh && chmod +x /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh
#!/bin/sh

apt-get update

mkdir -p /home/user/MyDocs/debs/archives/partial

for pkg in \`dpkg -l | cut -f 3 -d ' '\`; do
        apt-cache policy $pkg | grep -q nokia.com && echo "Downloading $pkg" || continue
        apt-get --reinstall -y --force-yes -d -odir::cache=/home/user/MyDocs/debs install $pkg
done
EOF
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Originally Posted by wicket View Post
I've knocked up a quick script that downloads backup deb files for all packages that have been installed on your device from nokia.com and also those that have been removed (not purged). Note that this not only downloads deb files from the Ovi Store but also all system packages too (which is a good idea as we are going to lose these too). The deb files are downloaded to /home/user/MyDocs/deb/archives so make sure you've got plenty of free space available in MyDocs. I've tested the script on both Fremantle and Harmattan.

TMO doesn't allow the attachment of sh files so I'm pasting the command to create the script instead. Just copy and paste it into a terminal and then run the resultant script as root. You'll need to kill any processes that may have a lock on /var/lib/dpkg before running this script. Don't worry about any package removal or upgrade messages you may see, no changes of this nature will be made as we are only downloading the deb files.

Code:
cat << EOF > /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh && chmod +x /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh
#!/bin/sh

apt-get update

mkdir -p /home/user/MyDocs/debs/archives/partial

for pkg in \`dpkg -l | cut -f 3 -d ' '\`; do
        apt-cache policy $pkg | grep -q nokia.com && echo "Downloading $pkg" || continue
        apt-get --reinstall -y --force-yes -d -odir::cache=/home/user/MyDocs/debs install $pkg
done
EOF
awsome i am pinning it up in first post

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@wicket,
I had a teensy-weensy problem with your script, it complained about the pipe symbol on the for line. Un-escaping bacwards apostrophes fixed it. Could it be a busybox vs. busybox-power issue?

While I was at it, I made another small modification, to allow the user to specify the target directory as a parameter. The default is still as per your post.

Here is my update, highlighting the changes. The bold green bits are added, bold blue are changed and the crossed out red ones are removed. The edited script is also attached as .txt, you will need to rename it to .sh and chmod +x it once downloaded.

Code:
cat << EOF > /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh && chmod +x /home/user/getnokiadebs.sh
#!/bin/sh

cache_path=/home/user/MyDocs/debs

if [ ".$1." == ".." ]; then
        echo "You did not specify the cache path."
        echo "The default path is '$cache_path'."
        read -p "Press [Enter] to continue or [Ctrl+C] to start again."
else
        cache_path=$1
fi

echo "Using '$cache_path' ..."

apt-get update

mkdir -p "$cache_path"/archives/partial

for pkg in \`dpkg -l | cut -f 3 -d ' '\`; do
        apt-cache policy $pkg | grep -q nokia.com && echo "Downloading $pkg" || continue
        apt-get --reinstall -y --force-yes -d -odir::cache="$cache_path" install $pkg
done
I am running it as we speak. About 40 MB downloaded and I am still at 'h' only. This may take a while

EDIT:
Just finished. It took about 3.5 hours and the overall size is nearly 2GB because of all the mobile-maps* packages. Without them it's only about 146 MB and a much shorter time. Mind you, your size is bound to vary a bit since my set is quite heavily modified.
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pichlo, I didn't intend for this to be pasted into an editor but rather directly into the terminal, thus why the first and last lines are included and the back quotes are escaped. Sorry for the confusion and thanks for the enhancement!

One good thing about the script is that if it fails, you can rerun it and it won't redownload anything that has already been downloaded. It failed for me on Harmattan the first time I ran it after downloading a >300MB deb and pkgmgrd regrabbed the lock file.
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