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If Network Manager is particularly recommended in roaming setups (see <xref linkend="sect.roaming-network-config" />), it is also perfectly usable as the default network management tool. You can create “System connections” that are used as soon as the computer boots either manually with a <filename>.ini</filename>-like file in <filename>/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/</filename> or through a graphical tool (<command>nm-connection-editor</command>). JIf you were using ifupdown, just remember to deactivate allthe entries in <filename>/etc/network/interfaces</filename> ifthat you want Network Manager to handle them. <ulink type="block" url="https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/NetworkManager/SystemSettings/jessie" /> <ulink type="block" url="https://developer.gnome.org/NetworkManager/0.91.14/ref-settings.html" />
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<emphasis>ALTERNATIVNOTE</emphasis> NetworkManager
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Using <command>apt</command> is so convenient that it makes it easy to forget about the lower-level tools, but the easiest way of installing a compiled kernel is to use a command such as <command>dpkg -i <replaceable>package</replaceable>.deb</command>, where <literal><replaceable>package</replaceable>.deb</literal> is the name of a <emphasis role="pkg">linux-image</emphasis> package such as <filename>linux-image-34.16.7-ckt49.37-falcot_1_amd64.deb</filename>.
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A Debian kernel package installs the kernel image (<filename>vmlinuz-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>), its configuration (<filename>config-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>) and its symbols table (<filename>System.map-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>) in <filename>/boot/</filename>. The symbols table helps developers understand the meaning of a kernel error message; without it, kernel “oopses” (an “oops” is the kernel equivalent of a segmentation fault for user-space programs, in other words messages generated following an invalid pointer dereference) only contain numeric memory addresses, which is useless information without the table mapping these addresses to symbols and function names. The modules are installed in the <filename>/lib/modules/<replaceable>version</replaceable>/</filename> directory.
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<emphasis>CULTURE</emphasis> Character setsThe symbols table
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A Debian kernel package installs the kernel image (<filename>vmlinuz-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>), its configuration (<filename>config-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>) and its symbols table (<filename>System.map-<replaceable>version</replaceable></filename>) in <filename>/boot/</filename>. The symbols table helps developers understand the meaning of a kernel error message; without it, kernel “oopses” (an “oops” is the kernel equivalent of a segmentation fault for user-space programs, in other words messages generated following an invalid pointer dereference) only contain numeric memory addresses, which is useless information without the table mapping these addresses to symbols and function names. The modules are installed in the <filename>/lib/modules/<replaceable>version</replaceable>/</filename> directory.
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