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NAMEdpkg-reconfigure - reconfigure an already installed package
dpkg-reconfigure [options] packages
DESCRIPTIONdpkg-reconfigure reconfigures packages after they have already been installed. Pass it the names of a package or packages to reconfigure. It will ask configuration questions, much like when the package was first installed.
If you just want to see the current configuration of a package, see debconf-show(1) instead.
- -ftype, --frontend=type
Select the frontend to use. The default frontend can be permanently changed
Note that if you normally have debconf set to use the noninteractive frontend, dpkg-reconfigure will use the dialog frontend instead, so you actually get to reconfigure the package.
- -pvalue, --priority=value
- Specify the minimum priority of question that will be displayed. dpkg-reconfigure normally shows low priority questions no matter what your default priority is. See debconf(7) for a list.
- Use whatever the default priority of question is, instead of forcing the priority to low.
- -a, --all
- Reconfigure all installed packages that use debconf. Warning: this may take a long time.
- -u, --unseen-only
- By default, all questions are shown, even if they have already been answered. If this parameter is set though, only questions that have not yet been seen will be asked.
- Force dpkg-reconfigure to reconfigure a package even if the package is in an inconsistent or broken state. Use with caution.
- Prevent dpkg-reconfigure from reloading templates. Use with caution; this will prevent dpkg-reconfigure from repairing broken templates databases. However, it may be useful in constrained environments where rewriting the templates database is expensive.
- -h, --help
- Display usage help.
AUTHORJoey Hess <email@example.com>
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Time: 15:28:02 GMT, June 11, 2010