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    I want to update my webOS application and load it into the home brew catalog. I must have thrown away all my SDK downloads a few years ago. Help! Where can I find the 3.0.5 SDK?
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    I appear to have the following:

    Palm_webOS_SDK.3.0.5.676.dmg 368.6 MB
    palm-sdk_3.0.5-svn528736-pho676_i386.deb 357.1 MB
    HP_webOS_SDK-Win-3.0.5-676-x86.exe 276.9 MB

    Do you know what you want?

    I'm hoping that the dev types will have these available on a server somewhere. These are large file to upload from the wrong end of an ADSL line and I don't think I have any spare space to host them.

    But if there are no other offers, I can try to sort something out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Preemptive View Post
    I appear to have the following:

    Palm_webOS_SDK.3.0.5.676.dmg 368.6 MB
    palm-sdk_3.0.5-svn528736-pho676_i386.deb 357.1 MB
    HP_webOS_SDK-Win-3.0.5-676-x86.exe 276.9 MB

    Do you know what you want?

    I'm hoping that the dev types will have these available on a server somewhere. These are large file to upload from the wrong end of an ADSL line and I don't think I have any spare space to host them.

    But if there are no other offers, I can try to sort something out.
    Doesn't the HOSTS file trick still work? And then follow the link in: http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-...re-almost.html
    HP Veer (daily driver), HP Pre 3, HP Touchpad Proper 4G/LTE (Sierra MC7710), HP Touchpad 32GB WiFi, Palm Pre 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herrie View Post
    Doesn't the HOSTS file trick still work? And then follow the link in: http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-...re-almost.html
    I tested it on the internet archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20130130..._download.html and there the SDK links (still) work (ok, I just tested one, a few weeks ago I tested some other that did work).

    Changing the host-files should not be needed in this case.
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    Nice!

    I was thinking that the doctors were gone, but they are still there too!

    I like to think that somewhere in an HP basement, a lone person shows up for work half an hour early and checks that everything is still running OK. Every now and again, there is an awkward question...

    "These servers? The Palm servers? Oh, no they were wiped months ago. They've been re-purposed for a special project. Orders from the top. Very hush, hush. I wouldn't ask too many questions if I were you, what with all the... downsizing..."

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