It is possible to force non-interactive mode in apt-get system-wide by using reconfigure debconf and choosing noninteractive interface.
Additionally, environment variables can be used to quiet the configuration prompts, and apt-get install and upgrade commands can be used to overwrite configuration files.
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Debian's package management system is one of the most popular in Linux, and it contains a wide assortment of control files that tell the package manager about software dependencies, start and stop instructions for daemon control, versions, license, authors, and a digital signature. Users can configure the package by running dpkg-reconfigure package-name, quieting the configuration prompts, preserving configuration files, and using apt-get install and upgrade commands. Additionally, users can use environment variables to quiet the configuration prompts, and apt-get install and upgrade commands to overwrite configuration files.