On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 4:13 AM, maks <seme...@carscats.ru> wrote: > Good afternoon. Tell me how you can change the name. > For example http://192.168.1.20:8080/guacamole/#/ > It is the string .../guacamole/#/ > Or hide it. > > This all depends on how you deploy it in your web app server. If you're using Tomcat, when you deploy the WAR file to the Tomcat "webapps" directory, the name of the WAR file is what Tomcat uses to determine the directory name - so, if you copy the file as "guacamole.war" into the webapps directory, the URL with end with /guacamole/, if you use "guac.war", it will end with /guac/, etc. If you want to deploy it at the root context (/) you can either name the file ROOT.WAR, or you can set some configuration lines in Tomcat to determine what it uses as the root context.
As far as the /#/ on the end, you cannot get rid of that - in the case of Guacamole, that's used by AngularJS to help route among the various parts of the web application. It will always show up on the end of your URL, along with the various paths to parts of the web app. -Nick 1 - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5328518/deploying-my-application-at-the-root-in-tomcat