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       dselect - Debian

       dselect   [--admindir   <directory>]  [--help]  [--version]  [--expert]
       [--debug|-D<file>]             [<action>]             [--colour|--color
       screenpart:[foreground],[background][:attr[+attr+..]]]

       dselect  Debian dselect
        -
        -
        -
        -

       dselect dpkg(1) ( Debian ) CD-ROM apt  apt

       dselect dselect

       All options can be specified both on the commandline and in the dselect
       configuration  file  /etc/dpkg/dselect.cfg  or   the   files   on   the
       configuration   directory   /etc/dpkg/dpkg.cfg.d/.  Each  line  in  the
       configuration file is  either  an  option  (exactly  the  same  as  the
       commandline  option  but  without  leading  dashes) or a comment (if it
       starts with a #).

       --admindir <directory>
              dpkg  `status'  `available' /var/lib/dpkg

       --debug <file> | -D<file>
               <file>

       --expert

       --colour|--color screenpart:[foreground],[background][:attr[+attr+..]]
              ( dselect.cfg )() () :

              title

              listhead

              list    ()

              listsel

              pkgstate

              pkgstatesel

              infohead

              infodesc

              info

              infofoot

              query

              helpscreen

        curses

       ("+")(): normal, standout, underline, reverse, blink, bright, dim, bold

       --help

       --version
              Print version information and exit successfully.

       dselect

   access

        dselect  floppy, harddisk, cdrom apt  apt  multi_cd  dpkg-multicd

       apt

   update

       dpkg  Packages, Packages.gz dpkg-scanpackages(1)

       update

   select

        dselect dselect

       dselect

   install

        dpkg

        install Debian http://bugs.debian.org/ bug(1)  reportbug(1)

       install debconf(1)

   config

   remove

   quit
       dselect

        0 ()

        dselect  Debian  dselect Debian dpkg(1) debian-policy  Debian

       dselect ''

        2 ()

        'I'

        'i'
        -
        -
        -

        Debian

        1 'V'  ON/OFF  'v'

        4  () 2  2

        :

         R        ()
        :

         *
         -
         U
         C        ()
         I        ()
        :
         *
         -        ()
         =        ()
         _        ()
         n

         p, Up, k
         n, Down, j
         P, Pgup, Backspace  1
         N, Pgdn, Space      1
         ^p                  1
         ^n                  1
         t, Home
         e, End
         u                   1
         d                   1
         ^u                  1
         ^d                  1
         B, Left-arrow       1/3
         F, Right-arrow      1/3
         ^b                  1
         ^f                  1

        '/'  regex(7)  '/d'  '/i' 2  '/id'  'n'  '\'

       'o'  'O'  9

        +  +      +
        +  +  +

         +, Insert
         =, H
         :, G          ()
         -, Delete
         _

        dselect

        1

        dselect

       When the sublist of packages is displayed initially, dselect  may  have
       already  set  the  requested  selection  status  of  some of the listed
       packages, in order to resolve the depends or conflicts that caused  the
       dependency  resolution  screen  to be displayed. Usually, it is best to
       follow up the suggestions made by dselect.

       'R' 'D'  'U'

       enter  dselect  dselect

       dselect  'Q'

        'X'  escape

       If you mistakenly establish some settings and wish to  revert  all  the
       selections  to what is currently installed on the system, press the 'C'
       key.  This is somewhat similar to  using  the  unhold  command  on  all
       packages,  but  provides a more obvious panic button in cases where the
       user pressed enter by accident.

       HOME   If set, dselect will use it as the directory from which to  read
              the user specific configuration file.

       dselect

        apt

       dpkg(1), apt-get(8), sources.list(5), deb(5).

       dselect was written by Ian Jackson (ijackson@gnu.ai.mit.edu). Full list
       of contributors may be found in 'dselect --version'.
        Juho Vuori <javuori@cc.helsinki.fi>  Josip Rodin, Joost kooij

                <sekido@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp>.           <nabe@debian.or.jp>.
       <nabetaro@debian.or.jp>.                        <ishikawa@linux.or.jp>.
       <ukai@debian.or.jp>.   <kise@fuyuneko.jp>.   <nakano@apm.seikei.ac.jp>.
       <kise@fuyuneko.jp>.

       Debian JP Documentation ML <debian-doc@debian.or.jp>.