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Re: Debconf - no prompt?

On Thu, Jul 31, 2003 at 11:40:04AM -0700, Maria Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi All!
> I'm working on a project to deploy Internet workstations in a number of local sorority houses and the solution I would like to pitch is based on the Debian distro.  I need this to be as automated as possible, so I have a question regarding debconf.
> These machines will be checking for updates each day via secpack but they will physically be in a closet or something similar.  My concern is if a package gets updated and debconf then prompts the user for input, there will no one to catch this.  Is there a way to configure debconf to accept the default variable and move on?
> This is the only thing that I can possibly see that would hinder the acceptance and rollout of the Debian based solution that I'm working on.  Does anyone know if there is a way to do this?

dpkg-reconfigure debconf

choose non-interactive, you'll never get asked any question :)


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