Installing Jitsi with ISPConfig/Plesk/cPanel

I’m having trouble installing Jitsi-meet on a Server with a control panel.

I’im installing Jitsi-meet on a Ubuntu 18.04 Server. We host plenty of websites on it and we use ISPConfig and apache2 to manage domains and vhosts.

What i did:
I added the subdomain in the control panel, installed jitsi-meet following the quick install guide, then i followed this post i found. In short: i added a Let’s Encrypt certificate, activated SSI and a 301 redirect from http to https in my control panel and added the apache2 configurations from /usr/share/jitsi-meet-web-config/jitsi-meet.example-apache to the apache directives in the control panel. Then i copied /usr/share/jitsi-meet to the vhost directory for my subdomain created in the control panel.

So far everything works, if i open the subdomain jitsi apears and i can create a meeting, mic and camera get connected, it even works on the android app. The problem is that the videobridge can’t be created, so when a second person joins the call both get disconnected. In my opinion the /usr/share/jitsi-videobridge folder can not be reached by my installation. But where do i have to put those folders for it to work? Or do i have to add an alias config to my apache directives?

Thanks in advance for the help!

Hi chul14n
Could you solve it? I’m at that point and I can’t find a solution. Thanks

At the end I just didn’t use the control panel. I just added the domain in the control panel as inactive, just to avoid conflicts and then did a standard installation folling the main installation guide. Jitsi is not installed following the same folder structure as my other sites and the TLS certificate is not managed by the control panel either, but it works. The installation guide usually adds all necesary Apache stuff needed.

Thanks for the answer, then I will hire another VPS and perform a unique installation, thank you.