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Sep 6, 2013

How to use shell command?

installs.sh:

Code: Select allapt-get install icedove-l10n-hu
apt-get install rar
apt-get install ...
...
y press key or other language is other key. hungarian key is: i

english after apt-get install in gnome-terminal: (y)es or (n)o
hungarian after apt-get install in gnome-terminal: (i)gen or (n)em

How to yes or no automatically in all languages? Not manual, not 'Y'/'I' or 'N'/'N' keydown.

I would like use this script my fresh installed Debian 7.1. I would like run this install.sh when Debian is installed for my all softwares when i would like use.

10 PC installing easy and faster my script.

If no script is slowly install for my 10 PC.

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