I want to install Alpine Linux on my Raspberry Pi 3B+.
I know how to install linux via Rufus and have read the wiki on how to install it.
There are 2 different versions of Alpine Linux, one "standard" and one called "Raspberry Pi".
My question: Am I missing out on performance or compatibility if I choose the Standard version for ARM?
The Raspberry Pi version is in a tar format and won't boot for me.
I also can't create a bootable device via rufus because it is in .tar format.
The wiki hasn't been helpful for that as they only state "it worked with rufus", neither the type of alpine used nor the exact method are documented.