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Debian distributsometimes provides some of these patches in <emphasis role="pkg">linux-patch-*</emphasis> or <emphasis role="pkg">kernel-patch-*</emphasis> packages (for instance, <emphpackages, but they often don't make it into stable releasies role="pkg">linux-patch-grsecurity2</emphasis>, which tightens some of the kernel's security policies(sometimes for the very same reasons that they are not merged into the official upstream kernel). These packages install files in the <filename>/usr/src/kernel-patches/</filename> directory.
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Other auto-mounting utilities exist, such as <command>automount</command> in the <emphasis>autof role="pkg">autofs</emphasis> package or <command>amd</command> in the <emphasis role="pkg">am-utils</emphasis> package.
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GRUB can only identify hard drives based on information provided by the BIOS. <literal>(hd0)</literal> corresponds to the first disk thus detected, <literal>(hd1)</literal> the second, etc. In most cases, this order corresponds exactly to the usual order of disks under Linux, but problems can occur when you associate SCSI and IDE disks. GRUB used to stores the correspondences that it detectsed in the file <filename>/boot/grub/device.map</filename>. GRUB avoids this problem nowadays by using UUIDs or file system labels when generating <filename>grub.cfg</filename>. However, the device map file is not obsolete yet, since it can be used to override when the current environment is different from the one on boot. If you find errors there (because you know that your BIOS detects drives in a different order), correct them manually and run <command>grub-install</command> again. <command>grub-mkdevicemap</command> can help creating a <filename>device.map</filename> file from which to start.
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<primary><emphasis role="pkg">keyboard-configuration</emphasis></primary>
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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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Needs editing 10% 66 2,842 23,299
Failing checks 26% 168 5,244 43,150

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