Re: Little things make the initial install experience painful
Steve Greenland wrote:
Fourthly, if you can specify a reasonable default, don't ask at all.
I disagree, use the lowest debconf priority for these sorts of
questions. Unattended installs are fine because people like me preload
the debconf database before anything gets installed and then use the
If you dont like debconf at all, use noninteractive. Or use dialog with
the high setting. I like all the questions, especially if its to
maintain some config file that a maintainer decided to make it a PITA to
maintain outside of debconf or to make it eaiser between backage
upgrades with differing config file formats.
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