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dpkg -i --instdir /usr/local
This will basically chroot to /usr/local just before the install scripts are run.
To make changes to the source
apt-get source squid
This will download the squid sources, unpack them, and apply any debian specific patches.
Put configure flags, etc. in <package root>/debian/rules
use dpkg-buildpackage in the package root