README for Adélie Linux Package Set
|Authors:||A. Wilcox, primary maintainer
Adélie Linux Developers and Users, contributions
|Copyright:||© 2017 Adélie Linux Team. NCSA open source licence.|
This repository contains the Adélie Linux package set. It is used by the Adélie Linux build system for package building to create the repository used by Adélie's APK package manager.
As the Adélie Linux project is an open-source Linux distribution, packages contained in this repository must also be provided under a license recognised by the OSI. A separate repository may be provided in the future for certain non-free components, such as device driver firmware.
Any changes to this repository - additions, removal, or version bumps - must be reviewed before being pushed to the master branch. There are no exceptions to this rule. For security-sensitive updates, contact the Security Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This section contains a high-level view of the contents of this repository. It does not list every package available; it is merely a guide to help you find what you need.
system: System-level packages
system directory contains special packages used by Adélie for core
system functionality. This directory is kept separate from
facilitate sharing of user packages with other APK-based distributions.
user: User packages
user directory contains packages that a user would typically be
interested in installing. Desktop applications, server software (also known as
daemons), and other useful packages can be found here.
This section contains usage information for this repository.
As an overlay
user repository can be added as an overlay to any system running APK,
which at the time of this writing includes Alpine Linux, postmarketOS, and a
few others. However, please do not add
system to a computer running a
different distribution unless you are fully aware of the concerns surrounding
mixing packages in such a manner. None of the packages in the
repository are useful for an Alpine computer, and some packages (such as
adelie-base) may in fact damage your Alpine installation
if installed. Please be careful.
distfiles.adelielinux.org is a round-robin for all available
Adélie mirrors. You may add a repository named above to
$version is the version of Adélie Linux you are running, or
current for automatic upgrades, or
dev for a rolling-release
style distribution (which may be unstable - you have been warned!).
$repo should be replaced with the name of the repository you are wanting
to use, such as
apk update to update the package index on your local system. The
packages will then be available to you.
As a repository
The Adélie Linux system is preconfigured to use packages in
user for APK. No further configuration is required.