Difference between revisions of "How to get regular stuff working"

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(a note and reminder on Compiling)
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     apk add man man-pages mdocml-pages
 
     apk add man man-pages mdocml-pages
  
== a note and reminder on Compiling ==
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== a few notes and a reminder on Compiling ==
  
 
Compiling in Alpine may be more challenging because it uses [http://www.musl-libc.org/ musl-libc] instead of glibc.  
 
Compiling in Alpine may be more challenging because it uses [http://www.musl-libc.org/ musl-libc] instead of glibc.  
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==== (unvalidated) apk packages to install so one can start building software ====
 
==== (unvalidated) apk packages to install so one can start building software ====
 
   apk add build-base gcc abuild
 
   apk add build-base gcc abuild
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==== a complete install for cmake looks like ====
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  apk add cmake cmake-doc extra-cmake-modules extra-cmake-modules-doc

Revision as of 19:18, 31 January 2016

Man pages

Not all man-pages are in Alpine, those who are are not readily available after installing man and man-pages, you also need to install mdocml-pages to have man pages built at install time. Below is the quick and easy commandline:

   apk add man man-pages mdocml-pages

a few notes and a reminder on Compiling

Compiling in Alpine may be more challenging because it uses musl-libc instead of glibc.


(unvalidated) apk packages to install so one can start building software

  apk add build-base gcc abuild

a complete install for cmake looks like

  apk add cmake cmake-doc extra-cmake-modules extra-cmake-modules-doc