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Hi, How do I tell the Apache HTTP server (v1.3.37) to use one header file for a directory and all its subdirectories? I want all directories, beginning with [...]/mirror/openoffice/ to ...
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    Apache: single header file for all sub-directories


    Hi,

    How do I tell the Apache HTTP server (v1.3.37) to use one header file for a directory and all its subdirectories?

    I want all directories, beginning with [...]/mirror/openoffice/ to use the file [...]/mirror/openoffice/HEADER.html.

    Please keep in mind that I am not the admin of the system and have to use the .htaccess file located in [...]/openoffice/ which currently contains the following:
    Code:
    IndexIgnore .htaccess HEADER.html FOOTER.html
    HeaderName HEADER.html
    ReadmeName FOOTER.html
    Thank you.
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    Anyone know how?
    Linux user 439038 | Ubuntu user 20892

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