I am trying to build an automated install image using Debian. It's
going pretty well so far, but I've run into a little snag.
We have a lot of international users, so it's useful to have all of
the supported languages installed and usable. Thanks to the nice
folks over on the debian-i18n list, I've figured out a way to make
The snag is, installing all those packages prompts me about ispell
dictionaries and such numerous times. I'm aware that I can shut these
prompts off by running dpkg-reconfigure debconf, but this again gives
me a prompt. Is there any way to shut this off via command-line tools
which is non-interactive? I'll want to re-enable a non-interactive
mode when the install is finished, also.
Thanks for your help.
Derek D. Martin
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