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This sounds like a real noob question but I cannot figure this out.

I'm trying to get Apache, mod_wsgi and Django playing together on my EC2 instance. So I've installed mod_wsgi using the root user and I'm trying to edit my httpd.conf as per the instructions here.

So, my question is, where on earth is this httpd.conf file located on my Amazon instance after I ran yum install mod_wsgi.

Is there a command in linux that I can run that allows me to see all the directories and files installed for each user on the instance?

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Look in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

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