Domain Name Redirect/masking

Jun 19, 2009

I'v been searching the internet for ways to redirect/mask a domain in Linux (Ubuntu) and everything points me to godaddy. The server is ssh there is no control panel on it. So if anyone knows a way I can redirect my domain name and mask it that would be great. For example domain1 points to domain2, but in the address bar it shows domain1.

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