[maemo-users] Which scratchbox you used for Maemo?

From: Jayesh Salvi jayesh at altfrequency.com
Date: Sat Jan 5 21:10:36 EET 2008
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From: Jayesh Salvi <jayesh at altfrequency.com>
Date: Jan 5, 2008 11:09 AM
Subject: Re: Which scratchbox you used for Maemo?
To: giaodichdientu at gmail.com

I am using the maemovmware latest VM image. If you do 'uname -a' you will
see the arch to be i686. My host platform is Fedora 7, x86_64. I have read
elsewhere that there are some problems with 64-bit scratchbox running maemo
SDK. So I recommend using this 32-bit VM.

It is very well designed and it is a debian derivative (ubuntu). The only
problem I had was its n/w settings. I use bridged networking for my VMs, the
other settings (NAT and host-only have never worked for me). This machine by
default is configured with NAT settings. I had hard time getting it working.
Eventually last night, I copied the vmdk file of this VM and created new VM
out of it with Bridged networking. After booting I had to change
/etc/network/interfaces and replace eth0 by eth1. Then
/etc/init.d/networking restart, got my network up.

... in any case, this is a great VM and saves you lot of trouble installing


On 1/5/08, Jakov < giaodichdientu at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Jan 6, 2008 12:26 AM, Michael Stepanov <michael at stepanoff.org> wrote:
> >
> > I use Maemo VMware appliance - http://maemovmware.garage.maemo.org/ The
> > latest release includes environment for chinook and bora. It's really
> > useful. just download free VMware player and that appliance.
> >
> WoW, looking interesting! I have installed SB, Maemo, but  they didn't
> work. In fact, I'm using VMWare too. With that I can't retry as many time as
> I want with a fresh system. But it also costs a lot of time. I don't see
> what is environment in this VM? Is it Ubuntu or Fedora? I guess it's Ubuntu
> 32-bit? I need a Fedora 64-bit :(
> Some days ago, some one gave me a link to download a Live Maemo/scratchbox
> CD. I think it'd be more appropriate. I'll give it a try.
> Thank you a lot, Michael!
> Have a nice day!
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