Installing Jitsi Meet offline



I want to install and setup Jitsi Meet on a system which does not have an internet connection. I have collected all the deb packages from the Jitsi Stable download page. I tried to install them using dpkg -i * but it randomly installs, throwing dependency errors.
Also, I noticed if I install jicofo, videobridge and prosody etc through this method, I am being prompted to setup the prosody control secret and stuff which isn’t the case as we install using sudo apt-get install jitsi-meet.

Anyway I can install the packages I have offline, similar to installing jitsi-meet so that we directly get the prompt to configure the hostname and certificates?

Abhijit Nathwani


You need to install it in this order:
jitsi-videobridge, jicofo, jitsi-meet-web, jitsi-meet-web-config, jitsi-meet-prosody


Thanks @damencho worked like a charm!


@damencho I found jitsi-meet-tokens in download page, should I install this? If yes, I need to install it after which package?


This is installed after everything is configured. Mind that it also needs network connectivity.
Executes luarocks installs: which require internet.


Thanks @damencho.
Another question : Is that possible to quick install specific stable version compare to the latest stable one?


No and it is not recommended. You can download all deb packages without jitsi-meet one and install them with dpkg -i *.deb.