fai-debconf - set debconf values using classes
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
- Create verbose output.
- Add additional debugging output. Implies the -v
- Run dpkg-reconfigure for all packages FAI has information
on, not only for those whose database entries were modified.
This program is part of FAI (Fully Automatic Installation). The FAI homepage is
Written by Thomas Lange <email@example.com>