6.1 Configuring the menus
Users can specify their own menu entries in the `~/.menu' directory.
The files can have an arbitrary file name as long as the new syntax for
the menu entries is used. They should start with either
if it's something that isn't "debian-officially" installed. (Any
"package" that starts with "`local.'" is considered installed.)
If users want to have their own menu methods, they should create a
`~/.menu-methods' directory and put all their menu methods in it. (If
`~/.menu-methods' exists, `/etc/menu-methods' will not be searched when
a user runs `update-menus').
A system administrator should place system-wide menu entries in
`/etc/menu' (not in `/usr/share/menu/package', since these files will
probably be overwritten by a package upgrade).
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