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#21
Received some news from Nemein about the recent problems in infrastructure.
 

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#22
Originally Posted by CrashandDie View Post
Attached is the full list of repositories that is mirrored.
Careful, several of these (eg tableteer, nokia-binaries and various non-free repo components) are proprietary and cannot be legally redistributed without licence from the copyright holders.

Apart from everything else, creating public mirrors of these right now is almost certain to be seen as a show of very bad faith and torpedo any chances of successful negotiations between Nokia and the Hildon Foundation.
 

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#23
Originally Posted by CrashandDie View Post
Attached is the full list of repositories that is mirrored.

The mirror contains the full debian packages and sources archive for:
- Community SSU (stable, testing, thumb and devel)
- Chromium and code reset (jacekowski)
- aMSN (+ tcltk)
- MohammadAG's repo (n9incepted)
- extras (scirocco, mistral, gregale, bora, chinook, diablo, fremantle)
- extras-testing (fremantle)
- extras-devel (gregale, bora, chinook, diablo, fremantle)
- community (diablo, fremantle)
- community-testing (diablo, fremantle)
- maemo ossw
- maemo 1.1 (free & non-free)
- maemo 1.1 extras
- maemo 2.0 (free & non-free)
- maemo 2.1 (free & non-free)
- maemo 2.2 (free & non-free)
- maemo 3.0 (free & non-free)
- maemo 4.0 (free & non-free)
- maemo 4.0.1 (free & non-free)
- maemo 4.1 (free & non-free)
- maemo 4.1.1 (free & non-free)
- maemo 4.1.2 (free & non-free)
- maemo 5.0 (nokia-binaries, free & non-free)
- rtcomm (bora, chinook, diablo)
- videolan (fremantle)
- Tableteer Catalogue (bora, chinook, diablo)
- ForMeego (fremantle: apps, apps-testing)
- Sygic (Fremantle)
Here is (for a long time) list of all maemo and harmattan repositories: https://wiki.maemo.org/Apt-mirror
 

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#24
Originally Posted by lma View Post
Careful, several of these (eg tableteer, nokia-binaries and various non-free repo components) are proprietary and cannot be legally redistributed without licence from the copyright holders.
I'll stop mirroring any for which I get a complaint. The repositories are accessible without username and password, and did not display any warnings while cloning them, so... "Fair game". Please note that I have no problem whatsoever with removing any material that might be infringing.

Originally Posted by lma View Post
Apart from everything else, creating public mirrors of these right now is almost certain to be seen as a show of very bad faith and torpedo any chances of successful negotiations between Nokia and the Hildon Foundation.
How so? Quite the contrary, it shows how important we deem the archives.

Originally Posted by pali View Post
Here is (for a long time) list of all maemo and harmattan repositories: https://wiki.maemo.org/Apt-mirror
Aye, that's the list I initially used, and removed/commented a few that blocked the mirroring process.
 

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#25
i bought my last N900 (new) a little over a year ago.
N9s are still sold new, with 2 years warranty.

a lot has changed at NOKIA in the last two years (since before burning hara-kiri ) but still.
if NOKIA wants to be able to even only hold what meagre market share they have left, they can't afford to shut down the software repositories for (partly) brand new items.
can they?
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#26
anyone has the harmattan-sdk necessary files that are downloaded from the python script?

I mean those files:

Code:
04d21308fd51acf926c757666d056080  arm-qemu-rm680_linux_i686.tar.gz
c348bb5cefb97ca973365b7783a7db98  arm-qemu-rm680_linux_x86_64.tar.gz
b557dac05ecd3445c5c49bfe340cdb12  arm-psdk-nokiameegoapi-beta-rootstrap.tgz
6f70fc3268be51d8be25f0120b5e1d25  arm-public-sdk-beta-rootstrap.tgz
14edf61c6860d078fe9aaf80cbfd319b  i386-psdk-nokiameegoapi-beta-rootstrap.tgz
c64f60bc2c0d0b89c5b5bb705da1077b  i386-public-sdk-beta-rootstrap.tgz
317b3283f4412993bcba4bd437537855  LICENSE
d17ce69699d16a10f879eb64607d218b  arm-public-sdk-beta2-rootstrap.tgz
3539f732595bd3836217c7307a57d144  i386-public-sdk-beta2-rootstrap.tgz
743a5f7c11c790291d7651c0246bc801  arm-public-sdk-beta3-rootstrap.tgz
9ac86ebcc3adfdc82e6c49bc8fa5b3c0  i386-public-sdk-beta3-rootstrap.tgz
ce392089b83dadfb47d4c7a1c0628299  arm-public-sdk-rootstrap.tgz
f2c9fc2c780d0a21f41ecd1067add387  index
b30034faef2b0bd0a211e2f7808b15cc  i386-public-sdk-rootstrap.tgz

Last edited by suzughia; 2012-11-17 at 09:51.
 
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#27
Originally Posted by suzughia View Post
anyone has the harmattan-sdk necessary files that are downloaded from the python script?

I mean those files:

Code:
04d21308fd51acf926c757666d056080  arm-qemu-rm680_linux_i686.tar.gz
c348bb5cefb97ca973365b7783a7db98  arm-qemu-rm680_linux_x86_64.tar.gz
b557dac05ecd3445c5c49bfe340cdb12  arm-psdk-nokiameegoapi-beta-rootstrap.tgz
6f70fc3268be51d8be25f0120b5e1d25  arm-public-sdk-beta-rootstrap.tgz
14edf61c6860d078fe9aaf80cbfd319b  i386-psdk-nokiameegoapi-beta-rootstrap.tgz
c64f60bc2c0d0b89c5b5bb705da1077b  i386-public-sdk-beta-rootstrap.tgz
317b3283f4412993bcba4bd437537855  LICENSE
d17ce69699d16a10f879eb64607d218b  arm-public-sdk-beta2-rootstrap.tgz
3539f732595bd3836217c7307a57d144  i386-public-sdk-beta2-rootstrap.tgz
743a5f7c11c790291d7651c0246bc801  arm-public-sdk-beta3-rootstrap.tgz
9ac86ebcc3adfdc82e6c49bc8fa5b3c0  i386-public-sdk-beta3-rootstrap.tgz
ce392089b83dadfb47d4c7a1c0628299  arm-public-sdk-rootstrap.tgz
f2c9fc2c780d0a21f41ecd1067add387  index
b30034faef2b0bd0a211e2f7808b15cc  i386-public-sdk-rootstrap.tgz
You could also do a manual installation.
 
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#28
Originally Posted by brkn View Post
You could also do a manual installation.
Yes but also the manual installation still needs those files hosted on harmattan-dev that it's offline as for now. Thanks for your help anyway!
 

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#29
Originally Posted by ivgalvez View Post
We are in conversations with Nemein for that. It has taken a while but fortunately communication has resumed (having a legal entity to talk through is a good tool for that).
So following on from here:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...18#post1294118
And your most recent update:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...57#post1294657
Are you able to advise (in this more appropriate thread) how things are progressing?
Your last update was relatively recent so no uber urgency, thanks for your time!
 
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#30
Originally Posted by brkn View Post
I second that. Where can I upload the 7.6 GB? I have a fresh mirror merely a week old.
Is this the entire repo from this:

deb http://harmattan-dev.nokia.com/ harmattan/sdk free non-free ?

Any luck uploading so far, mate?
 
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