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'''Welcome to Tutorials and Howtos, a place of basic and advanced configuration tasks for your Alpine Linux.'''
 
'''Welcome to Tutorials and Howtos, a place of basic and advanced configuration tasks for your Alpine Linux.'''
  
The tutorials are hands-on and the reader is expected to try and achieve the goals described in each step, possibly with the help of a good example. The output in one step is the starting point for the following step.
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'''The tutorials are hands-on''' and the reader is expected to try and achieve the goals described in each step, possibly with the help of a good example. The output in one step is the starting point for the following step.
  
Howtos are smaller articles explaining how to perform a particular task with Alpine Linux.
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'''Howtos are smaller articles''' explaining how to perform a particular task with Alpine Linux, that expects a minimal knowledge from reader to perform actions.
  
We encourage people to send in both complete articles as well as requesting topics to be covered. If you think you have the skills and knowledge to write an Alpine Linux related article please do so on this Wiki. If you want to request a topic, please add your request in this page's [[Talk:Tutorials_and_Howtos|Discussion]].
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'''IMPORTANT:''' contributions on those pages must be complete articles as well as requesting topics to be covered, dont override already made contributions. If you want to request a topic, please add your request in this page's [[Talk:Tutorials_and_Howtos|Discussion]].
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All of '''those linked pages here will help you make many things''' over the Alpine '''O'''perating '''S'''ystem or Alpine '''OS'''.
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Alpine are the main program named '''OS''' (means Operating System), that's runs on top of the '''machine/PC/laptop''', and subsequently over this '''OS''' run the programs such like the internet web browser ({{Pkg|firefox}}, {{Pkg|chromium}}), and the web pages like "facebook" runs over that internet web browser.
  
 
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== New users and Newbies ==
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* [[Newbie Alpine Ecosystem]] (for overall information in funny sections)
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==== Installation: Use cases ====
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* [[Alpine newbie install manual]]
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** [[Alpine Install: from a disc to a new computer single only boot]]
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** [[Alpine Install: from a disc to a old computer single only boot]]
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** [[Alpine Install: from a disc to a virtualbox machine single only]]
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** [[Alpine Install: from a iso to a virtualbox machine with external disc]]
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* [[Alpine_newbie_install_manual#Ways_to_install_Alpine_listed_by_architectures|Ways to install listed by architectures]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_install_manual#x86_64_x86_32_x86|x86_64 x86_32 x86 s390]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_install_manual#armhf_armv7|armhf armv7 aarch64]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_install_manual#ppc64le|ppc64le others PPC]]
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==== Postinstall: desktops and applications ====
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* [[Alpine newbie apk packages|Overall info and minimal packages common to any working desktop]]
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** [[Alpine newbie desktops|Alpine newbie desktops, (overall information only)]]
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** [[Alpine Newbies XFCE Desktop Environment]]
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** [[Alpine Newbies LXDE Desktop Environment]]
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** [[Alpine Newbies Openbox Window Manager|Alpine Newbies Xorg and Openbox Window Manager]]
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** [[Alpine Newbies MATE Desktop Environment]]
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* [[Alpine and UEFI|Alpine and UEFI Support Status and related topics]]
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==== Developers: compilers, IDE's and tools ====
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* [[Alpine newbie developer]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_developer: gitea|Alpine_newbie_developer: Git management web frontend gitea]]
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** [[Alpine newbie developer: full stack web]]
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==== Servers: deploy in production ====
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* [[Alpine production deploy]]
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** [[Production Web server: Lighttpd‎‎]]
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** [[Production DataBases : mysql]]
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** [[Production LAMP system: Lighttpd + PHP + MySQL‎‎]]
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* Alpine production monitoring
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** [[Cacti: traffic analysis and monitoring network]]
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== Storage ==
 
== Storage ==
  
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* [[Vlan]]
 
* [[Vlan]]
 
* [[Bridge]]
 
* [[Bridge]]
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* [[Bridge wlan0 to eth0]]
 
* [[OpenVSwitch]]
 
* [[OpenVSwitch]]
 
* [[How to configure static routes]]
 
* [[How to configure static routes]]
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* [[Seafile: setting up your own private cloud]]
 
* [[Seafile: setting up your own private cloud]]
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* [[GNUnet]]
  
 
== Post-Install ==
 
== Post-Install ==
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* [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages|Alpine newbie users post install and easy setups]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages#New_users:_hostname_and_network_wired_connection|First steps at post install]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages#New_users:_common_needed_package_to_install|Enable repositories]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages#New_users:_management_of_users_and_logins|Added the first user to use the system]]
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** [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages#install_basic_tools|First packages to install]] (need the previous [[Alpine_newbie_apk_packages#New_users:_common_needed_package_to_install|Enable repositories]]) already done!
  
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* [[Setting up a new user]]
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* [[Enable Community Repository]] ''(Providing additional packages)''
 
* [[Alpine Linux package management|Package Management (apk)]] ''(How to add/remove packages on your Alpine)''
 
* [[Alpine Linux package management|Package Management (apk)]] ''(How to add/remove packages on your Alpine)''
 
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* [[Linux Router with VPN on a Raspberry Pi]]
 
* [[Linux Router with VPN on a Raspberry Pi]]
 
* [[Linux Router with VPN on a Raspberry Pi (IPv6)]]
 
* [[Linux Router with VPN on a Raspberry Pi (IPv6)]]
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* [[Raspberry Pi 4 - Persistent system acting as a NAS and Time Machine]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi 3 - Configuring it as wireless access point -AP Mode]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi 3 - Configuring it as wireless access point -AP Mode]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi 3 - Setting Up Bluetooth]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi 3 - Setting Up Bluetooth]]
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* [[Raspberry Pi 3 - Browser Client]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi Zero W - Installation]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi Zero W - Installation]]
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* [[Raspberry Pi - Headless Installation]]
  
 
== PowerPC ==
 
== PowerPC ==
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* [[Setting up trac wiki|Trac]] ''(Enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects)''
 
* [[Setting up trac wiki|Trac]] ''(Enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects)''
  
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* [[Alpine_newbie_developer: gitea|Setting up Git management web frontend gitea]]
 
* [[Cgit]]
 
* [[Cgit]]
 
** [[Setting up a git repository server with gitolite and cgit]] <!-- doesn't exist yet -->
 
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* [[UniFi_Controller]]
 
* [[UniFi_Controller]]
 
* [[DNSCrypt-Proxy]] ''Encrypt and authenticate DNS calls from your system''
 
* [[DNSCrypt-Proxy]] ''Encrypt and authenticate DNS calls from your system''
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* [[Odoo]]
  
 
=== Monitoring ===
 
=== Monitoring ===
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* [[Setting up traffic monitoring using rrdtool (and snmp)]] <!-- Monitoring -->
 
* [[Setting up traffic monitoring using rrdtool (and snmp)]] <!-- Monitoring -->
 
* [[Setting up monitoring using rrdtool (and rrdcollect)]]
 
* [[Setting up monitoring using rrdtool (and rrdcollect)]]
* [[Setting up Cacti|Cacti]] ''(Front-end for rrdtool networking monitor)''
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* [[Cacti: traffic analysis and monitoring network]] ''(Front-end for rrdtool networking monitor)''
 
* [[LTTng]] ''(Kernel and userspace tracing)''
 
* [[LTTng]] ''(Kernel and userspace tracing)''
 
* [[Setting up Zabbix|Zabbix]] ''(Monitor and track the status of network services and hardware)''
 
* [[Setting up Zabbix|Zabbix]] ''(Monitor and track the status of network services and hardware)''
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* [[Disk Replication with DRBD]]
 
* [[Disk Replication with DRBD]]
 
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Latest revision as of 21:38, 12 July 2020

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Todo: This material needs to be re-organized .. as Howtos are smaller articles and tutorials are more detailed document both need to be reordered as independent sections


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Welcome to Tutorials and Howtos, a place of basic and advanced configuration tasks for your Alpine Linux.

The tutorials are hands-on and the reader is expected to try and achieve the goals described in each step, possibly with the help of a good example. The output in one step is the starting point for the following step.

Howtos are smaller articles explaining how to perform a particular task with Alpine Linux, that expects a minimal knowledge from reader to perform actions.

IMPORTANT: contributions on those pages must be complete articles as well as requesting topics to be covered, dont override already made contributions. If you want to request a topic, please add your request in this page's Discussion.


All of those linked pages here will help you make many things over the Alpine Operating System or Alpine OS.

Alpine are the main program named OS (means Operating System), that's runs on top of the machine/PC/laptop, and subsequently over this OS run the programs such like the internet web browser (firefox, chromium), and the web pages like "facebook" runs over that internet web browser.


New users and Newbies

Installation: Use cases

Postinstall: desktops and applications

Developers: compilers, IDE's and tools

Servers: deploy in production

Storage

Networking

Post-Install

Virtualization

Desktop Environment

Raspberry Pi

PowerPC

IBM Z (IBM z Systems)

Applications

Telephony

Mail

HTTP

Other Servers

  • Patchwork (Patch review management system)
  • Redmine (Project management system)
  • Request-Tracker (Ticket system)
  • OsTicket (Ticket system)
  • Trac (Enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects)

Monitoring

  • Webmin (A web-based interface for Linux system)
  • PhpPgAdmin (Web-based administration tool for PostgreSQL)
  • PhpMyAdmin (Web-based administration tool for MYSQL)
  • PhpSysInfo (A simple application that displays information about the host it's running on)
  • Linfo

Misc

Complete Solutions