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Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

Sudo To use ‘yay’ you need to have a user in a group that can run sudo. With the root user: addus...

Updated 11 months ago by Celogeek

Conclusion

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

I hope this tutorial helps you to install your jitsi-meet instance. Let us know in the comments b...

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Turnserver (stun/turn)

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

When you do a one to one communication with a peer, you have 3 possibilities: Direct P2P P2P ove...

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Restrict your configuration with a JWT Token

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

The objective is to limit the creation of a conference room to any user authenticate with a JWT t...

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Restrict your configuration

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

The objective is to limit the creation of a conference room to a list of identified users. Guests...

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Activate WebSocket

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

XMPP The default configuration uses long pooling requests to fetch changes of statuses and messag...

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Start the services

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

We are now ready to start jitsi-meet systemctl start prosody.service systemctl start jitsi-videob...

Updated 1 year ago by Celogeek

Register users

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

We register user “jvb” and “focus” to prosody. prosodyctl register jvb auth.YOUR_DOMAIN __PASSWOR...

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Configuration

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

Let’s configure jitsi-meet. The first step is to set up jitsi-meet and allow starting conference ...

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Objective

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

The objective is to set up the packages to make jitsi-meet works on your standalone server: jits...

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Presentation

Jitsi Meet on Arch Linux

Jitsi Meet is a secure videoconference service that allows you to host your conference on your se...

Updated 1 year ago by Celogeek