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The scratchbox.org site and its repositories seems to be down.
Does anybody know if that is temporarily (that site was Nokia sponsored) ?
Is there a mirror of the data on Scratchbox.org somewhere?
 
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I was wondering too
Does somebody know of a mirror?
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Originally Posted by Bernard View Post
The scratchbox.org site and its repositories seems to be down.
Does anybody know if that is temporarily (that site was Nokia sponsored) ?
Is there a mirror of the data on Scratchbox.org somewhere?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scratchbox

Unfortunately, it seems another one bites the dust thanks to Mr E
EDIT : interesting that both PowerPC & MIPS targets are experimental...could that mean Nokia was working on something based on these platforms?
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Scratchbox2 is an active project.
 

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Can Scratchbox2 replace the Scratchbox?
How would the Debian packages be named?

I can not belief that there seems to be no mirror at all, but even after intensive search, I could not find one

Maybe someone still has the packages in the apt-cache?

I hat to remove Scratchox to upgrade my Kubuntu, and now I can not install it again
Well, I still have a disk image of the old installation, so as a last ressort I could reload that one and rebuild the deb packages, I think that is somehow possible. But for sure not the nices way...
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I'm not sure if anyone used it for Maemo. I know it's being used for Mer as a cross compilation tool.

In general it's probably a good idea to switch to Mer anyway, since it's an active way forward, comparing to Maemo itself.

https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Platform_SDK
https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Platform_SDK_and_SB2
 

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it's back now
but it's safe to mirror

http://scratchbox.org/
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Originally Posted by shmerl View Post
I'm not sure if anyone used it for Maemo. I know it's being used for Mer as a cross compilation tool.

In general it's probably a good idea to switch to Mer anyway, since it's an active way forward, comparing to Maemo itself.

https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Platform_SDK
https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Platform_SDK_and_SB2
I still use it quite often to pack my Python Harmattan pacages.
Its way faster than upload them to the OBS-Buildserver.
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I can confirm that it works now again
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Unfortunately it seems to be down again. Did anyone mirror the site?
 
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