This guide is for Alfresco 5.2. I don't know whether it's possible to install Alfresco 6.2 "the old way". I haven't heard of anybody trying nor I know about a guide fot this.
Your problem here, is that Alfresco expects the T-engines, but you installed transformation software directly.
You should read about changes in this new release. Maybe you could install T-engines without the docker wrapping, but you should familiarize first with all the components that are expected to be found in a 6.2 Alfresco installation.
You could start with this project as a PoC to understand all the pieces that make Alfresco work.
Hope it helps!
Thank you for your input, actually i have read in another discussion that same steps still apply to 6.2 but i don't know.
it seems like T-Engine code is available on github but i have no idea how and where to start.
My setup is not a docker setup and it looks like it's only for docker, Maven! i have close to zero experience in Maven though.
IMO T-engines should work outside docker, as long as you install the software they use on your host.
You could start by downloading the artifacts from here.
Then you should install all the software that is installed inside the docker images. So you should navigate to all the Dockerfiles and install the same packages.
There are some extra changes to add to you setup, but I think to make a T-engine work outside docker could be a good starting point.
Hope it helps