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As of today (December 2009), the latest Maemo release available is the Maemo 5.0 one (aka Fremantle). This wikipage and our VMs are only dealing with this release.
The Maemo SDK being (a) Debian/Ubuntu specific (b) hard to setup, depending on which version combinations you use, or tutorial you use, your mileage may vary. That's why we've taken the route of creating a VM, this way you can start right away by just firing up the VM.
Important: The goal of this VM is to make it easier to deploy the official Maemo SDK now. For development we plan to have a cross building toolchain but the VM is the today and working solution. Also note that in order to have a simulator working without a phone this VM will still be necessary.
deb http://repository.maemo.org/extras-devel/ fremantle free non-free
Important note: Scratchbox behaves like a completely insulated environment. Which kind of sucks as you have to copy your files in the scratchbox chroot before being able to use them... very inconvenient for source code. So as a convenience, we provide some bind mount, and anything in /home/maemo/dev will be seen from within scratchbox. That means that if you have source code in /home/maemo/dev you can go in the source folder and directly type "sb make" for instance which will do the right thing.