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[alpine-devel] Alpine Mini coLinux image to start building your system.

qnx4ever
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Hello coLinux users,
I've created a start mini image of the Alpine Linux 2.0 only 1.52Mb
compressed size;)
Uploaded here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ABEVBG9C

To install, please unpack coAlpine-2.0.7z to wherever you'd like
coLinux to live.
You will find three files in archive:
_start.bat  coLinux launcher, has to be updated to reflect path to
where colinux-daemon.exe is located.
alp.hda1  512mb ext2 image of the basic Alpine 2.0 install
coLin.conf   coLinux config file

Please copy vmlinux from your coLinux installation into the same
directory and update _start.bat with proper path to colinux-daemon.exe

To boot Alpine in coLinux, simply run _start.bat
Note error on loading modules during boot, you need fill
/lib/modules/2.6.26.8-co-0.7.7.1 with contents of vmlinux-modules.tar
from your coLinux installation.

To switch filesystem to ext3 please run #apk add e2fsprogs && tune2fs
-j /dev/hda
And update fstab to reflect / being ext3, but not ext2

Hope someone can find it usefull.


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Natanael Copa
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On Fri, 2010-09-10 at 23:28 +0400, qnx4ever wrote:
> Hello coLinux users,
> I've created a start mini image of the Alpine Linux 2.0 only 1.52Mb
> compressed size;)
> Uploaded here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ABEVBG9C

I havent tested this since I don't really use windows, but I think this
is very cool!

> To install, please unpack coAlpine-2.0.7z to wherever you'd like
> coLinux to live.
> You will find three files in archive:
> _start.bat  coLinux launcher, has to be updated to reflect path to
> where colinux-daemon.exe is located.
> alp.hda1  512mb ext2 image of the basic Alpine 2.0 install
> coLin.conf   coLinux config file
> 
> Please copy vmlinux from your coLinux installation into the same
> directory and update _start.bat with proper path to colinux-daemon.exe
> 
> To boot Alpine in coLinux, simply run _start.bat
> Note error on loading modules during boot, you need fill
> /lib/modules/2.6.26.8-co-0.7.7.1 with contents of vmlinux-modules.tar
> from your coLinux installation.
> 
> To switch filesystem to ext3 please run #apk add e2fsprogs && tune2fs
> -j /dev/hda
> And update fstab to reflect / being ext3, but not ext2
> 
> Hope someone can find it usefull.

Maybe create a wiki page for it?

Thanks!

-nc



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Carlo Landmeter
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On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 2:33 PM, Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-09-10 at 23:28 +0400, qnx4ever wrote:
>> Hello coLinux users,
>> I've created a start mini image of the Alpine Linux 2.0 only 1.52Mb
>> compressed size;)
>> Uploaded here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ABEVBG9C
>
> I havent tested this since I don't really use windows, but I think this
> is very cool!
>
>> To install, please unpack coAlpine-2.0.7z to wherever you'd like
>> coLinux to live.
>> You will find three files in archive:
>> _start.bat  coLinux launcher, has to be updated to reflect path to
>> where colinux-daemon.exe is located.
>> alp.hda1  512mb ext2 image of the basic Alpine 2.0 install
>> coLin.conf   coLinux config file
>>
>> Please copy vmlinux from your coLinux installation into the same
>> directory and update _start.bat with proper path to colinux-daemon.exe
>>
>> To boot Alpine in coLinux, simply run _start.bat
>> Note error on loading modules during boot, you need fill
>> /lib/modules/2.6.26.8-co-0.7.7.1 with contents of vmlinux-modules.tar
>> from your coLinux installation.
>>
>> To switch filesystem to ext3 please run #apk add e2fsprogs && tune2fs
>> -j /dev/hda
>> And update fstab to reflect / being ext3, but not ext2
>>
>> Hope someone can find it usefull.
>
> Maybe create a wiki page for it?
>
> Thanks!
>
> -nc
>
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Seems Colinux is not 64b compatible. Else i would have tried it.

Carlo


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qnx4ever
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Yes, this is the only downside of coLinux, it doesn't run on 64bit
platforms. Seems like you guys already migrated to Win7. I feel like
I'm an old-timer running XP in classic GUI style.

Btw, do we have 64bit version of Alpine ;) ?

Nathanael, I will put something together for wiki as soon as I find
some time. Any hints I need to know about wiki used for Alpine.org ?

On 17 September 2010 12:00, Carlo Landmeter <clandmeter@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 2:33 PM, Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org> wrote:
>> On Fri, 2010-09-10 at 23:28 +0400, qnx4ever wrote:
>>> Hello coLinux users,
>>> I've created a start mini image of the Alpine Linux 2.0 only 1.52Mb
>>> compressed size;)
>>> Uploaded here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ABEVBG9C
>>
>> I havent tested this since I don't really use windows, but I think this
>> is very cool!
>>
>>> To install, please unpack coAlpine-2.0.7z to wherever you'd like
>>> coLinux to live.
>>> You will find three files in archive:
>>> _start.bat  coLinux launcher, has to be updated to reflect path to
>>> where colinux-daemon.exe is located.
>>> alp.hda1  512mb ext2 image of the basic Alpine 2.0 install
>>> coLin.conf   coLinux config file
>>>
>>> Please copy vmlinux from your coLinux installation into the same
>>> directory and update _start.bat with proper path to colinux-daemon.exe
>>>
>>> To boot Alpine in coLinux, simply run _start.bat
>>> Note error on loading modules during boot, you need fill
>>> /lib/modules/2.6.26.8-co-0.7.7.1 with contents of vmlinux-modules.tar
>>> from your coLinux installation.
>>>
>>> To switch filesystem to ext3 please run #apk add e2fsprogs && tune2fs
>>> -j /dev/hda
>>> And update fstab to reflect / being ext3, but not ext2
>>>
>>> Hope someone can find it usefull.
>>
>> Maybe create a wiki page for it?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> -nc
>>
>>
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> Seems Colinux is not 64b compatible. Else i would have tried it.
>
> Carlo
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Natanael Copa
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On Fri, 2010-09-17 at 16:41 +0400, qnx4ever wrote:

> Btw, do we have 64bit version of Alpine ;) ?

http://bugs.alpinelinux.org/issues/239

I am supposed to start working on that pretty soon.

> Nathanael, I will put something together for wiki as soon as I find
> some time. Any hints I need to know about wiki used for Alpine.org ?

its just standard mediawiki (same as wikipedia uses). You can play/test
on your user page or you can create a page called "Sandbox" to do
testing on.

-nc



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