Install the required package once manually, going through the configuration options you want. Then, do the following:
$ sudo apt install debconf-utils $ sudo debconf-get-selections | grep MYPKG > MYPKG.CONF
To be able to re-install MYPKG to a new machine without any user input, copy the
MYPKG.CONF file to the new machine and do the following:
$ sudo cat MYPKG.CONF | while read line; do echo "$line" | debconf-set-selections; done $ sudo DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive dpkg -i MYPKG.deb
Tada! The package has been installed with the right configuration options without any user input.
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