If you're looking for documentation on debconf, install the debconf-doc
package and see debconf(7) and the other man pages in that package.
That package also contains the full changelog for debconf, if anyone was
wondering. The changelog in this package is reduced to avoid bloating base
with all my years of changes.
-- Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The main sources of documentation on debconf for users are:
- The debconf(7) man page is a complete debconf user's guide.
- The debconf.conf(5) man page is useful reading if you want to use
a different debconf database setup.
Developers should refer to:
- The debconf-devel(7) man page is a guide for developing packages
that use debconf.
- The debconf specification, which is in the deb
This is an experimental database driver to provide LDAP support for
debconf. It is not, generally speaking, production level, and I would not
suggest using it for your mission critical cluster config just yet.
That being said, I would welcome any hardy souls who wish to help with
testing this module - the more eyes, the quicker the bugs get found and
To get this to work, you need to do
So you'd like to translate and/or internationalize debconf? Great!
Unfortunatly, there are several
debconf (1.5.28ubuntu4) lucid; urgency=low
* Build for python3.1 rather than python3.0.
* The ConfModule should not return the backup return code, ever, if
the confmodule it ta
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