I managed to install jitsi meet on debian and the last command I used was from “https://jitsi.org/downloads/” was the following: apt-get -y install jitsi-meet. From there I followed the instruction including the installation of the let’s encrypt.
Now as I test my first meeting using two computers A & B(same wifi network), users could not see each other. Computer A create the room and when computer B joins, there is a message popping from the bottom left of the computer A indicating that computer B have joined but that’s about it, there is no audio nor video nor avatar of computer A. same to computer B.
The other thing I noticed is that the chat is not working, when you try to send any message in chat nothing happen.
However, when you try to refresh the browser either from Com A or B, each user see the info(Avatar, message showing that the other user has joined) of the other user for only 2-3 seconds and all disappear again.
Is there an older version that is table and working correctly or is there anything else maybe that I had to install?
How do I know which version is my installation?
How do I fix this?