Everytime I run docker-compose, host config files in ~/.jitsi-meet-cfg get reset.
Is there a way to stop this from happening?
You’re already posted the same question a couple of hours ago:
Prosody config file keeps reseting everytime I run docker-compose.
I tried changing the files at ~/.jitsi-meet-cfg/prosody and at the root docker directory.
The changes do not stick.
I would like to implement these settings in the prosody lua file:
cross_domain_websocket = true;
consider_websocket_secure = true;
Please don’t spam the forum with the same questions.
not the first time you’ve done this. Please stop.
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One question was for the container, the other question was for the host system. So they are not the same questions.
I am just trying to get 1 answer to some connected questions, but not the same questions. And am geting 0 answers.
I don’t understand why is there a safety switch in place that resets the config files.
Literally just trying to add 1 line to a file and am not able to…
If you’re trying to achieve one thing and looking for a solution, keeping that one in one question would probably make it easier for people to help you. Spreading it out across multple questions does not help.
And am geting 0 answers.
BE PATIENT! I know sometimes you may have urgent requests, but remember: your emergency is not anyone else’s emergency. Don’t get cynical or critical if people don’t get to you fast enough. And please, DO NOT create multiple posts on the same issue, thinking somehow that would prioritize your need. Honestly, it often has the opposite effect; people just presume you to be a spammer and ignore your posts entirely. When you request help and you don’t get an immediate response, it’s not necessarily that people are ignoring you; sometimes, it’s just that they’re busy helping others; other times, it’s that they may not have the solution to your issue, and then, there are those times when people are just tired from helping and need to rest or even just want to do other things - like be people with lives outside Jitsi… lol. Bear all these in mind and don’t let impatience drive you into a space of entitlement.