I somehow erased the files /etc/apache2/sites-available/wdnas and /etc/apache2/sites-available/wdnas-ssl from my device. Thus, apache won’t run because of an error trying to read the files (that are symlinked from sites-enabled). I realize I could just remove the symlinks to get apache running again but then I’d lose MyBook UI. (Yes I realize I could just use http://mybooklive/UI as the URL.) Plus, I’m not sure what other stuff was in those apache config files. Can anyone post (or send me) the original files? I’d rather not go through the whole process of ‘debricking’ just to get two text files.
I have never tried this since it is not supported. Other users might have some experience about this issue. Lets see if they can share it with us.
Debrick guides have the files needed to restore OS. Those files are compress and you should be able to extract the files you need.
That would be the best way to go around it, since each user might have a modified file.
Thanks for the suggestion but that was my first thought.
Debrick’s archives do have the files if you want to make a new partition and dump the block-copy to its /dev entry. I may wind up doing that but I figured a cat of the files would be easy to get here. You can’t simply ‘extract’ files from files made using dd, afaik.