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Alpine Linux

Alpine Linux is a community developed operating system designed for x86 routers, firewalls, VPNs, VoIP boxes, and servers. It has proactive security features like PaX and SSP, which prevent security holes in the software from being exploited. It is based on uClibc and Busybox.

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  •  03 May 2011 14:25

Release Notes: This release is based on the 2.6.38 kernel branch and has a new x86_64 port and support for SHA512 passwords. The setup scripts have support for LVM. MySQL was upgraded to 5.5. XFCE was upgraded to 4.8. Mozilla Firefox was added. There is also preliminary support for GNOME and Xen dom0.

  •  08 Mar 2011 21:31

Release Notes: This release includes an update to use 2.6.35.11-based kernels. Various packages have bugfixes from upstream. Among these are: kamailio-3.1.2, asterisk 1.8.3, freeswitch-1.0.7, samba-3.5.8, dovecot-2.0.11, bind-9.7.3, pmacct-0.12.5, and openssl-1.0.0d. The package manager has fixes that solve issues when upgrading to edge.

  •  07 Jan 2011 22:31

Release Notes: This release includes an update to 2.6.35.10-based kernels. Hyper-V fixes have been applied to these kernels. Boot scripts have been updated so that if at least one network interface starts successfully, then services that depend on networking will be started. In previous releases (since Alpine 1.9.0), all network interfaces had to start successfully for this to happen. Also, Busybox contains a fix for a long-standing bug that caused crontab files to mysteriously disappear.

  •  10 Dec 2010 22:44

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that is based on the 2.6.35.9 kernel. It contains security fixes for OpenSSL, stability fixes for the uclibc threading implementation, a new snapshot of ipsec-tools, fixes for the local backup utilities' handling of encrypted configuration, and minor fixes for the package manager apk-tools.

  •  12 Nov 2010 21:47

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes booting from USB, issues with static linking, and a problem with missing kernel firmware files.

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16 Aug 2010 23:59 jbilyk Thumbs up

Very good distro. Has met all expectactions as a fast secure distro. Bug fixes are done very quickly as are package requests.

12 Aug 2010 18:58 danieloc Thumbs up

Very very good distribution, for web apps, security, voip, routers and other services. Very lightweight, secure and easy to install and manage. Go Alpinelinux Team, and thanks for the the hard work.

07 Jul 2010 16:27 nangel Thumbs up

small, fast, secure.

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