The APT HOW TO paragraph 3.8 says " To set up what is your main version of Debian you should edit the /etc/apt/apt.conf
to contain the line
My /etc/apt directory contains a directory apt.conf.d
, but not apt.conf
The man pages for apt.conf
state that it is the "main configuration tool for the apt suite of tools...."
There is no man page or info page for for apt.conf.d
directory contains a file 70debconf
which contains a line
DPkg::Pre-Install-Pkgs........; (same form as the APT::....line)
Should I create a file apt.conf
in the /etc/apt directory and put the line
in it??? Or put the line in the /etc/apt/ /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/70debconf
Or forget about the mixed system under apt???
Thanks in advance,