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If you want networking la netconf style use netconf with redhat. In debian there is directory called /etc/network or something edit interfaces file appropriately but I think debian would have asked for interfaces when it installed.
If you installed package and you want to configure it lateron
just do dpkg --configure <package name>
At install time in custom install you are bogged by packages about 3000 something in all.
for installing category of packages there is something called task package
like task-gnome,task-tex etc. which is dependent on all appropriate packages thus installing them too.
If you want to upgrade just do