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

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== Operational hints ==
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==== disk management ====
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Disk management is soo much easier with udisks or udisks2
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Installation   
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  apk add udisks2 udisks2-doc
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See the mounted disks
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  udisksctl status
  
 
== Compiling : a few notes and a reminder  ==
 
== Compiling : a few notes and a reminder  ==

Revision as of 20:27, 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

Operational hints

disk management

Disk management is soo much easier with udisks or udisks2

Installation

  apk add udisks2 udisks2-doc

See the mounted disks

  udisksctl status

Compiling : a few notes and a reminder

Compiling in Alpine may be more challenging because it uses musl-libc instead of glibc. Please review 'The functional differences with glibc' if you think of porting packages or just for the sake of knowing, of course.

Alpine offers the regular compiler stuff like gcc and cmake ... possible others

(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

ccache is also available

  apk add ccache ccache-doc