Debian10 seems to have removed the commands poweroff, reboot and dpkg-reconfigure, probably among others. What do I do instead of dpkg-reconfigure locales?
As a side note, I read the release notes and I think it’s ridiculous this stuff isn’t screamed at you when you read them.
# dpkg-reconfigure bash: dpkg-reconfigure: command not found
edit: I am already aware I can get the dpkg-configure bin by installing a package: debconf. This package was not installed by default. This normally indicates deprecation.
Debian 10 has not removed
dpkg-reconfigure at all. It is present and part of the
debconf package, which should have already been installed on your system. If it is missing from your system, then you need to install (or reinstall) the
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