Quoting Justin B Rye (email@example.com): > "Configuration file prompts" replaces "conffile prompts", right? Yes. I went on that after the initial review. "conffile" being obvious jargon, I tried to unjargonize this. > Fair enough, I'd missed that, but now that I see it spelled out it > occurs to me that not all answers to install-time questions are > stored in files - some set up symlinks, setuid bits etc. Does it > really mean "debconf prompts"? No, this is more about questions asked by dpkg when a new version of a configuration file is provided. > How about just saying "and checking for configuration prompts"? That would be less true. The point is only about configuration files "conflicts" between the version provided by the maintainer and a locally -modified version.
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