openmoko and ubuntu

michael at michael at
Tue Jul 24 22:28:38 CEST 2007

For the first cut, we could have it install OE and MokoMakefile, but not do
the build.

Where to put files? MokoMakefile presumes /home/moko. Why not keep that, for

I've only learned about launchpad a few days ago, but apparently it can be set
up to automatically update from external SVN repositories, so eventually we
could add this. We would have to check with OpenMoko whether they have any
issues with this.


On Tue, 24 Jul 2007, Mark wrote:

> Sounds like a good idea.  It would make our lives easier (people that
> use ubuntu anyways at least), and maybe even bring in some new people.
> Debian packages aren't too hard to make, the main question is how do
> we want to set it up:
> where to put files
> what all files to get during deb install and what to have the MokoMakefile 
> fetch
> stuff like that.
> On 7/24/07, michael at <michael at> wrote:
>>  Regarding this other thread on Qemu, I just returned from talking about
>>  the
>>  OpenMoko project at Ubuntu Live.
>>  Canonical would love us to create an Ubuntu package. They would also love
>>  us
>>  to put this on Launchpad.
>>  Thoughts?
>>  Michael
>>  ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>  Subject: Re: Qemu, repository, dev env.
>>  On 7/24/07, Kieran Fleming <lists at> wrote:
>> > 
>> >  Lars Hallberg wrote:
>> > > 
>> >  A pre-built and up to date QEMU for linux, windows and mac would be very
>> >  good, because at the moment it's way too hard to get it compiled. If
>> >  no-one is doing this already, I would be happy to get this started.
>> > 
>> > 
>> >  You have my full support. It woul also be great if someone could put
>>  everything in packages/installer/whatever. Something like "OpenMoko
>>  emulator". I could (at least try) to do it for Ubuntu.

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