OK, I decided to upgrade to today's nightly and now I have some more
insight into what's going on.
It seems to work fine when only 2 participants are in the room (including
freshly compiled mobile app that now seems to allow p2p too - well done!)
Although the iOS app is still pretty buggy - sometimes clicking the join
button does nothing, and if you keep clicking you get a black screen, and
I've also had it crash a couple of times when starting, even after a reboot
of my iPhone 7 running 10.3.2 - I'll try to get debug logs for the app
But as soon as a 3rd person enters it stops working (I believe) because of
turn options recently added.
In fact I see this in Chrome's console:
[modules/xmpp/strophe.jingle.js] <>: getting turn credentials failed <iq
[modules/xmpp/strophe.jingle.js] <>: is mod_turncredentials or similar
This confuses me somewhat since I thought that the bridge itself was
already working as a pseudo-turn server, so not sure why we need to use an
external Turn server with creds, etc Am I missing something in this new
P.S. I also see this in the console which would explain why Chrome's audio
output is forced through the system speakers on my ubuntu machine instead
of through the headset:
[modules/settings/Settings.js] <>: Failed to set audio output device from
local storage. Default audio output device will be usedinstead.
DOMException: Requested device not found
Finally, I see a bunch of errors related to a certain select2.png and
select2-spinner.gif files that it tries to get but seem to be missing:
select2.png:1 GET https://jitsi.my.domain/libs/select2.png 404 (Not Found)
jquery.min.js:4 GET https://jitsi.my.domain/libs/select2-spinner.gif 404
I hope all this detailed feedback helps. I'm a big fan and have been
playing around since it was just still sip communicator, and it keeps
getting better and better.
On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 4:19 PM, Peter Villeneuve <email@example.com> wrote:
I just did a fresh git clone and compiled the iOS app as I had done a few
Testing with meet.jit.si seems to work fine, but when I try on my freshly
built jitsi meet installation (debian testing installed yesterday) I don't
seem to get audio and video flowing at all (black screen and frozen video).
What version is currently being deployed at meet.jit.si (stable or
testing)? I think I might go back to stable since my current installation
seems fairly buggy. Thoughts?
What versions are most people on that are stable enough for daily use?