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Revision as of 23:48, 11 May 2010

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This page is under contrstruction, meanwhile, the following steps and documents might help you run and install Alpine Linux.

Three easy steps for Alpine Linux from CD

1st

[{{#latestalp:alpine|url}} Download] latest iso-file containing Alpine Linux


2nd

Continue by burning downloaded Alpine Linux ISO-image onto your empty CD using your ISO-image burning software


3rd

Put your Alpine Linux CD in a computer that can boot from CD. Login as root with no password. Viola! Enjoy Your Alpine Linux!

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