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= Introduction =
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#REDIRECT [[Alpine Linux in a chroot]]
You will need a few Gigabytes to have enough pace for kernel compiling and storing all the binary packages and iso image.
 
 
 
This page is divided into 2 main sections
 
* [[#Create a build environment|Create a build environment]]
 
* [[#Update a existing environment|Update a existing environment]]
 
 
 
= Create a build environment =
 
 
 
The Build Environment (called [[#Create a build environment|BE]] from now on) could be any of the following...
 
* Created on a existing 2.6 kernel
 
* A [[Native Harddisk Install|disk-based Alpine]]
 
 
 
== Create [[#Create a build environment|BE]] on existing 2.6 kernel ==
 
 
 
== Create [[#Create a build environment|BE]] on HD-based Alpine ==
 
=== Preparing KVM ''(temporary notes)'' ===
 
I chose to setup a HD-based Alpine in a virtual machine on my Ubuntu 8.10.<BR>
 
('''Notes:''' This section about setting up KVM should probably be removed later on - it's mostly there to help me get started).
 
apt-get install kvm ###This installs KVM###
 
kvm-img create alpine-kvm_hd.img 5G ###Create a KVM-disk###
 
sudo kvm -cdrom alpine.iso -boot d alpine-kvm_hd.img
 
 
 
= Update a existing environment =
 

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