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Old 04-10-2014, 03:22 AM   #1
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Where does Linux store the urls that it hosts


I have a Linux server running CentOs. This server is used as our firewall and proxy. It was managed by a third party that does not exist anymore. I was able to manage user access through a url which I lost when I formatted my pc. I have the login details for the server but how do I find out what those urls are?

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If it is an apache webserver then try "apachectl -S", it will show all the virtualhost configurations inside the virtualhost probably you can check the urls
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You could also try to see if WEBMIN is installed.


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