When I visit a directory listing page on my Apache server, this footer is visible:
Apache/2.2.22 (Debian) Server at localhost Port 80
How is it possible to modify parts of this footer to my liking?
Another option: omit the leading forward slash to have httpd instead look for a FOOTER.html file in the listed directory, which you might want to hide in the listing:
If no FOOTER.html file exists in a directory, the default footer giving the server version will be displayed.
you can try this step
Open a terminal and typing the command
Then open the file /etc/apache2/sites-available/default with your favorite editor, for example:
change "AllowOverride none" to "AllowOverride All" (without the quotes), then save and exit. The next step to restart apache2