contains lots of files.
01autoremove 10periodic 15update-stamp 20archive 20dbus 20packagekit 50unattended-upgrades 70debconf 99synaptic 99update-notifier
What are those 01, 10, ..., 99 numbers all about?
Do they imply "read 01 first, read 99 last and let 99 overrule settings made in earlier numbers"?
Let's for example say there is only one setting in 50unattended-upgrades, where I want to overrule the default setting with my own preference.
I could edit 50unattended-upgrades directly, but then it becomes messy if the maintainer updates that file - I have to merge the changes.
Could I also create 51unattended-upgrades with just the single value I prefer and therefore overrule the default in 50unattended-upgrades?