[jitsi-dev] Installation on Debian Wheezy


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Is it possible to install Jitsi Meet on a Debian Wheezy? I tried to install the latest version but ultimately it results in errors about some libc6 dependencies. I tried going back to the 1.0.1595-1 but still the same errors occured. Do I have to go back further? To which version?

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#2

Hi Amandio,

Is it possible to install Jitsi Meet on a Debian Wheezy? I tried to install the latest version but ultimately it results in errors about some libc6 dependencies. I tried going back to the 1.0.1595-1 but still the same errors occured. Do I have to go back further? To which version?

I'm not sure whether you are running into the same problem, and my memory might be wrong here. But I think the latest updates of libjnsctp.so introduce a dependency to glibc 2.14, which isn't available on Wheesy. The update was quite old (late 2016?), so I would advice against downgrading all components because of it.

You can plug a version of libjnsctp.so which works on your system in /usr/share/jitsi-videobridge/lib/libjitsi-*.jar. You'll have to replace the file in the "linux-x86-64" directory inside the jar.

You can get a working version of the file either from the libjitsi repo (old version of the file should work fine), or by compiling it yourself (there are some instructions in the libjitsi repo).

If you see errors about jnopenssl you can just ignore them (they only result in an optimization not being enabled).

Hope that helps,
Boris

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On 08/01/2018 03:54, Amandio Santos wrote: