This bug if a tracker for all web applications to provide an apache configuration file compatible with httpd 2.4.
http 2.4 use the Require directive for all access control
http 2.2 use the allow/deny/order which are emulated by the mod_acces_compat
But, using old allow/deny/order directives allow to restrict a sub-folder access, it doesn't allow to open a sub-folder (as / directory is protected by mod_authz_core)
Here is sample file, compatible with both httpd 2.2 and 2.4
# Apache 2.4
# Apache 2.2
Deny from all
Allow from 127.0.0.1
Allow from ::1
When cut/paste, plese don't forget to fix a little typo in the last </IfModule> :)
I saw two conf files that picked up the typo. /etc/httpd/conf.d/tiquit.conf and /etc/httpd/conf.d/limph.conf .
Open to everyone
Require all granted
Close for everyone
Require all denied
By default, in a group of authorization directives, only one have to succeed (<RequireAny>), see <RequireAll> if you need all to succeed, ex:
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