Quoting peter green (plugwash@P10Link.net): > > As you mention yourself, the situation you described should *not* > > happen during a regular install. It can happen if a given package > > modifies conffiles from another package and does not do it The Right > > Way (see Policy 10.7.4). > presumablly this doesn't just affect conffiles but any prompting that doesn't go through debconf (or is not using debconf also forbidden?). The answer is yes, in my opinion. Or, more presumably, *any* package should be installable in a non-interactive manner.
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