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4.3. Unattended Installations‌

The Debian and Kali installers are very modular: at the basic level, they are just executing many scripts (packaged in tiny packages called udeb—for µdeb or micro-deb) one after another. Each script relies on debconf (see “The debconf Tool” [page 214]), which interacts with you, the user, and stores installation parameters. Because of this, the installer can also be automated through

debconf preseeding, a function that allows you to provide unattended answers to installation ques- tions.


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