Linux Memory Management
Describe navigation menu here.This page holds the page menu. If you mess up this page, then there will be a very ugly error message where the menu is supposed to be. So before making changes, read carefully.
The menu is between the three opening and the three closing curly braces below (these are only visible in the wiki source). Anything outside these curly braces is ignored by the menu parsing code, which is why this paragraph is ignored. Between the opening and closing curly braces, unindented lines are menu groups and indented lines are menu items. A menu item consists of words separated by white space. The last word is the link target; all words preceding it form the link label. A link target cannot contain a space. Targets that start with "http:" are considered to be full URLs, whereas any other target is considered to be a wiki page name. Labels that begin with a star are only shown if a valid user is logged on (this is for convenience only, not for security; it does not affect accessibility of the page).
Some special wiki options, like Login or UserPreferences, Edit this page, and so on, are appended to the last menu group by the theme; so the last menu must be "Wiki" or "Web site" or something similar.
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