APT offers additional control options to replace decisions made by the apt-get conflict resolution system. One possibility is to force a specific version of a package. This can devalue a package and render the dependent software unusable, so the user needs to be careful. I think the package is applying for a license with Debconf. You can change what Frontend Debconf uses to ask you questions, or even decide that it has no front for unsupervised installations. Here`s a brief article about this: The ways to use apt and apt-get, updating the installed packages are: Here is the release of sudo debconf-show steam: steam/purge: `steam/license:` `steam/question:I AGREE` also just tried to remove the package completely the terminal states however due to the package not corrected installed, i should reinstall the package before it removed. Basically, as I can`t install this package successfully, I can`t really update my system because I always have to end the terminal with the license agreement (therefore, the upgrade fails). But if you need a package with which you accept a license, how do you automatically accept it? In the end, the initial goal of the Deity project to replace the dselect user interface (UI) was a mistake. Work on the UI part of the project was halted after the first public publication of apt-get (UI directories were removed from the CVS system). The response to APT as a dselect method and online utility ordering was so great and positive that all development efforts focused on maintaining and improving the tool. It was only much later that several independent people built ISus on libapt-pkg. It is likely that there was an error in the package (the packaging is notoriously hard if not your main responsibility) and later versions should work now and read the license accepted in advance from the Debconf database. This means that you should not be invited.
I just tremble with the use of ansible to configure my machine with my chosen configuration/apps, etc… I hit a stumbling block and it is a licensing agreement. I tried to use Debconf to accept it in advance. APT is a collection of tools distributed in a package called apt.