An alternative method is to do a manual installation and then, after rebooting, use the debconf-get-selections from the debconf-utils package to dump both the debconf database and the installer's cdebconf database to a single file:

$debconf-get-selections --installer > file$ debconf-get-selections >> file
If you want to change selection, open document below and click on "Move attachment"

B.3.Â Creating a preconfiguration file
tion. The easiest way to create a preconfiguration file is to use the example file linked in SectionÂ B.4, âContents of the preconfiguration file (for bionic)â as basis and work from there. <span>An alternative method is to do a manual installation and then, after rebooting, use the debconf-get-selections from the debconf-utils package to dump both the debconf database and the installer's cdebconf database to a single file: $debconf-get-selections --installer > file$ debconf-get-selections >> file However, a file generated in this manner will have some items that should not be preseeded, and the example file is a better starting place for most users. Note This method relies on th