Remove Squid Footer

I have been working with Squid 2.6 on a Debian system for a couple months now.  Of course everyone knows the signature footer at the bottom of the error page, and like most people I would like to customize that if not remove it.  Here is where I run into issues; most help sites just say to edit the errorpage.c big deal.  I don't have that anywhere on my system that I can see.  Please assist.
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antoniogcConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Edit the template file and append at the bottom your new signature and include the tag %S (squid default signature) or %s (caching proxy software with version). Default signature is

    <BR clear="all">
    <HR noshade size="1px">
    Generated %T by %h (%s)

so, if you put in the template file someting like

<!-- (%s) -->

the signature will be "suprise".

Check the FAQ for a detail explain.

BTW, en debian the templates are in /usr/share/squid/errors/<language>/

You will have installed squid from a deb package. To follow the instructions on that link you have to recompile the source of squid
MainStaySolutionsAuthor Commented:
I installed by using "apt-get install squid" and my apt sources are listed below.  Wouldn't that at least include an errorpage.c?

deb etch main
deb-src etch main
deb etch/updates main contrib
deb-src etch/updates main contrib
deb etch main
MainStaySolutionsAuthor Commented:
I worked.  A very detailed answer.  Thank you for the help.
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