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From ivanmarcus <>
Subject Re: changing the URL/Port on the guacamole server
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2018 20:08:25 GMT
Will, it looks like Nick replied but there was no text here. I'd defer 
to his answer but in the meantime:

Not sure what your OS is but in Ubuntu you can change the port number in 
the tomcat server.xml file with the line starting <Connector .... If you 
OS is different, or you need further help, there are quite a number of 
responses if you google your question.

I believe the question regarding the URL was recently answered on this 
forum, IIRC you simply change the name of the .war file. The location of 
this may also depend on your OS but is likely in your 
tomcat_installation_directory/webapps/ deirectory - in essence whatever 
you name it will be whatever is contained within your url.

On 17/04/2018 12:08 a.m., William Tyrell x1541 wrote:
> Hello,
> I am running a centos 7 box with guacamole. I cannot figure out how to 
> change the URL, and port on the server. I would love to change it from 
> 8080 to port 80, and change the URL from /guacamole.
> Does anyone know how to do this. I have attempted multiple articles 
> online (including their guide which is for Ubuntu) and neither worked.
> Thanks,
> -Will
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