This guide will walk you through the process of uploading your APK packages to Gemfury, and then securely installing them. Before you get started, be sure you have the following: Gemfury account Alpine Package Keeper (apk)

Configure APK for your repository

You can configure APK to use your Gemfury repository. To start, append your repository URL to the /etc/apk/repositories file. You may need sudo access to make these changes: Append the following line to /etc/apk/repositories: Or run this “one-liner”: $ echo "" >> /etc/apk/repositories Your repository is signed with an RSA key, which you will download to apk’s /etc/apk/keys/ directory of trusted public keys. The key filename, which varies based on the key ID, can be found via your Dashboard: 

Install Alpine packages with APK

Once you’ve configured apk for your repository, download and update the indexes of packages by running the following command. Run this every time you add a new package: $ apk update Once this has succeeded, use apk add to install your private packages: $ apk add package-in-gemfury Your package is now installed! Learn more about using apk.