NAME¶fai-debconf - set debconf values using classes
SYNOPSIS¶fai-debconf [OPTION] DIRECTORY
DESCRIPTION¶This command is only called internally by FAI and not directly by the user.
fai-debconf reads files in DIRECTORY which are also a defined class. If the name of the class is a directory, all files in this directory are read. The files must have the format of debconf-get-selections(1). All this input is used to call debconf-set-selections(1). This is done in the chroot environment, if the variable $ROOTCMD is set. After setting the debconf values, dpkg-reconfigure(8) is called for every package which is installed and for which some debconf data was set.
- Show help, version and summary of options.
- Skip reconfiguration of packages. Only set values in debconf database.
- Create verbose output.
- Add additional debugging output. Implies the -v option.
- Run dpkg-reconfigure for all packages FAI has information on, not only for those whose database entries were modified.
SEE ALSO¶debconf-get-selections(1), debconf-set-selections(1), dpkg-reconfigure(8)
This program is part of FAI (Fully Automatic Installation). The FAI homepage is http://fai-project.org.
AUTHOR¶Written by Thomas Lange <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|23 September 2008||FAI 3|