The interface uses debconf for consistency with the rest of the Debian
On startup, the tasksel program will read all *.desc files in
/usr/share/tasksel/ for information about what tasks are available. The
tasks will be presented in a simple list selection screen with their short
On exit, tasksel executes the appropriate command to install the selected
packages. If the -t
Some notes for translators
There are two directories containing translations:
Contains the phrases used in the tasksel program.
Contain the phrases used in the tasks themselves.
The text in both these directories need to be translated for the
translation to be complete. You'll also need to translate the debconf
templates, of course.
Files in this directory with lowercase filenames contain descriptions of
various general tasks a user might want to perform with a Debian system,
lists of packages that they might use to perform the tasks, and grouping
information to make related sets of tasks appear together.
See the toplevel README for details about the file format. The files in
this directory are preprocessed and may include c
tasksel (2.78) unstable; urgency=low
[ Translations of programs ]
* Telugu added. Closes: #5034
Now that debconf-apt-progress is used and tasksel can run inside debconf,
it would be nice to conver
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