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= Installation Handbook =
 
= Installation Handbook =
  
* [[Installing Alpine on HDD overwriting everything ]] ''(Quick and dirty install on a new machine)''
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== Basics ==
* [[Installing Alpine on HDD dualbooting]]
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* [[Install to disk|Basic HDD install]]
* [[Install to disk]]
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* [[Installing Alpine on USB|Basic tmpfs-style install on USB key]]
* [[Installing Alpine on USB]]
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* [[Installing Alpine on Compact Flash|Basic tmpfs-style install on CF card]]
* [[Installing Alpine on Compact Flash]]
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* [[Upgrading Alpine]]
* [[Installing Alpine on a virtual machine]]
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== Advanced ==
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* [[Installing Alpine on HDD dualbooting|Install to HDD with dual-boot]]
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* [[Install Alpine in Qemu]]
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* [[Install Alpine on VMware]]
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* [[Install Alpine on VirtualBox]]
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* [[Install Alpine on coLinux]]
 
* [[Installing Alpine Linux in a chroot]]
 
* [[Installing Alpine Linux in a chroot]]
* [[Upgrading Alpine]]
 

Revision as of 19:40, 29 September 2011

The following information will assist you with the installation of Alpine Linux.

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Installation Quick-Start in 3 Easy Steps

1st

Download the latest stable-release ISO.


2nd

Burn the ISO onto a blank CD using your favorite CD burning software.


3rd

Boot from the CD, login as root with no password, and voilà! Enjoy Alpine Linux!


Tip: One of the first commands you might want to use is `setup-alpine`
Tip: For RAM-based installs, continue by reading about Alpine Local Backup. Otherwise, for HDD-based installs, etc., continue reading one of the documents below.


Installation Handbook

Basics

Advanced