Re: How to specify configuration priority level when install pkgs via apt-get
On Sun, 08 Aug 2004 12:18:24 -0400, Greg Folkert wrote:
>> You can specify priority level for the configuration questions when doing
>> dpkg-reconfig. How can you specify priority level for the configuration
>> questions when installing via apt-get install <pkgs>?
> dpkg-reconfigure debconf
Thanks, Travis was the first pointed out that.
> Set your selections to low.
This is the second time I saw people suggestion setting it to low now.
Though being a debian-newbie myself, I don't agree on it. setting it to
low is only meant for pros, not newbies. Otherwise, you be greeted with
tons of tedious questions that newbies have no clue about.
Just for the archive, I strongly suggest to set it to 'critical' --
accept every default setting, and fix it later if it doesn't work out of