Either way, this section describes, step by step, how to get and install usage of main setup-* utilities, as well as explanations for a complete install on common computer BIOS or UEFI based, the Grub loader supports EFI base and GPT partitions indexing, a DELL Vostro 230 was used specifically for this document.

0. Source media

First download a source media, from, all the images will need network internet connection except extended due comes with minimal need packages but are x86 based only.

For all users no cares from what operating system comes or wicht architecture, we recommended to use balena-etcher-electron of for flashing USB drive from any system, of course you must be run as root or admin user.

1. Installation

After flash the USB media or burn a CDROM media, put the media install on respective drive bay of the computer and turn on the computer.

Select proper boot media, on DELL Vostro always are the F12 key, press at the boot “Dell” screen and when menu shows select the proper media, on the VirtualBox software are same F12 key too, by hitting that key a boot selection media will be displayed, boot screen depends on each computer; in this case USB drive was used, rest of this document makes no sense which media was used.

1.1. Installation from scrat

Installation was made without problems using 3.11.3 except for some repositories does not resolve hostnames, but for 3.10.3 are the same, and then can upgrade to 3.11.3 as described in next optional section; so we used the 3.10.3 images for install:

setup-keymap us us-altgr-intl

cat > /root/autofile << EOF
HOSTNAMEOPTS="-n alpine-test"
SSHDOPTS="-c openssh"
NTPOPTS="-c chrony"
DISKOPTS="-m sys -s 4096 /dev/sda"

export BOOT_SIZE=500
export SWAP_SIZE=4096
export BOOTLOADER=grub

setup-alpine -f /root/autofile

Be care of the network questions and root password questions in the process due will be used later and must be mandatory.

This will make the disk layout as:

but this will be only if the autofile its used and make it property.

1.2 Installation from upgrade

With this method you already have a instalation from scrat, you can upgrade from previous version 3.X to lasted 3.11.3 version, only change your apk repositories with following commands, for later run the update and upgrade apk commands as:

sed -s -i -r 's|v$(cat /etc/alpine-release | cut -d'.' -f1,2)|v3.11|g' /etc/apk/repositories

apk update

apk upgrade -a

1.3 Post install setup

We need minimal important packages and setups for console and development, also some specific settings for remote connection from others linux, due today Alpine not have a good remote x11 software than x11vnc..

The most recommended it’s having a access user here named “remote” and normal general usage user here named “general” for convenience, in the next commands we will setup a very hardened limited environment for any new user and created those two users:

mkdir -p /etc/skel/

cat > /etc/skel/.logout << EOF
history -c
/bin/rm -f /opt/remote/.mysql_history
/bin/rm -f /opt/remote/.history
/bin/rm -f /opt/remote/.bash_history

cat > /etc/skel/.cshrc << EOF
set autologout = 30
set prompt = "$ "
set history = 0
set ignoreeof

cp /etc/skel/.cshrc /etc/skel/.profile

adduser -D --home /opt/remote --shell /bin/ash remote

echo "secret_new_remote_user_password" | chpasswd

adduser -D --shell /bin/bash general

echo "secret_new_general_user_password" | chpasswd

Before this if you have wired connection internet, we need to setup repositories and also remote management so then:

cat > /etc/network/interfaces << EOF
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback

setup-interfaces -a

echo -e "\n" | setup-dns

rc-service networking restart

Now we need to added normal repositories, do not use edge or testing, due we will setup all for stable usage and daily use:

cat > /etc/apk/repositories << EOF$(cat /etc/alpine-release | cut -d'.' -f1,2)/main$(cat /etc/alpine-release | cut -d'.' -f1,2)/community$(cat /etc/alpine-release | cut -d'.' -f1,2)/main$(cat /etc/alpine-release | cut -d'.' -f1,2)/community

apk update

Now that repositories are set, we still need to property configure root, added minimal set of packages to provide similar behavior of other linuxes, and install some others need tools:

cat > /root/.cshrc << EOF
unsetenv DISPLAY || true

cp -f /root/.cshrc /root/.profile

apk del dropbear

apk add openssh openssh-doc readline readline-doc

apk add man man-pages lsof lsof-doc less less-doc nano nano-doc curl curl-doc

apk add attr dialog dialog-doc bash bash-doc bash-completion grep grep-doc

apk add util-linux pciutils usbutils binutils findutils readline

apk add util-linux-doc pciutils-doc usbutils-doc binutils-doc findutils-doc

export PAGER=less

Now at this point we have a console linux (no desktop graphical session) ready, each console can be access with hitting at same time keys Ctrl+Alt+FX where X can be 1 to 6 as we already know as function keys, by example, if we hit Ctrl+Alt+F3 we will see a TTY3 console with “login” prompt; where can input the username and later after hit enter input the user password, if both are correrct a linux console prompt will display with $ symbol ready to receive commands inputs.

que hacer despeus de instalar:

Lease Receta despues de instalar: configuracion y paquetes.