[jitsi-dev] Jitsi Meet required packages for production server


#1

Hello everybody,

For security reasons, we would like to remove the packages bellow from our production server, but I'm wondering if some of these packages are essential for Jitsi-meet components (jicofo, prosody, jvb...). Also, I'd be very grateful if someone could provide me with the list of the required packages only to make Jitsi work properly on a production server.

Here's the list of that packages that we want to remove :
-automake
-autotools-dev
-dpkg-dev
-gcc
-gcc-4.9
-gcc-4.9-base:amd64
-libasprintf-dev:amd64
-libc-ares-dev:amd64
-libc-dev-bin
-libc6-dev:amd64
-libgcc-4.9-dev:amd64
-libgcc1:amd64
-libgettextpo-dev:amd6
-libice-dev:amd64
-libsm-dev:amd64
-libssl-dev:amd64
-libstdc++-4.9-dev:amd
-libv8-3.14-dev
-libx11-dev:amd64
-libxau-dev:amd64
-libxcb1-dev:amd64
-libxdmcp-dev:amd64
-libxt-dev:amd64
-linux-libc-dev:amd64
-make
-nmap
-nodejs-dev
-x11-common
-xtrans-dev
-zlib1g-dev:amd64

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,
Hamza KHAIT


#2

Hi,

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On 21/04/2017 09:49, KHAIT Hamza - SG/SPSSI/CPII/DOSE/ET/PNE ANNUAIRE ET MESSAGERIE wrote:

Hello everybody,

For security reasons, we would like to remove the packages bellow from
our production server, but I'm wondering if some of these packages are
essential for Jitsi-meet components (jicofo, prosody, jvb...). Also, I'd
be very grateful if someone could provide me with the list of the
required packages only to make Jitsi work properly on a production
server.

Here's the list of that packages that we want to remove :
-automake
-autotools-dev
-dpkg-dev
-gcc
-gcc-4.9
-gcc-4.9-base:amd64
-libasprintf-dev:amd64
-libc-ares-dev:amd64
-libc-dev-bin
-libc6-dev:amd64
-libgcc-4.9-dev:amd64
-libgcc1:amd64
-libgettextpo-dev:amd6
-libice-dev:amd64
-libsm-dev:amd64
-libssl-dev:amd64
-libstdc++-4.9-dev:amd
-libv8-3.14-dev
-libx11-dev:amd64
-libxau-dev:amd64
-libxcb1-dev:amd64
-libxdmcp-dev:amd64
-libxt-dev:amd64
-linux-libc-dev:amd64
-make
-nmap
-nodejs-dev
-x11-common
-xtrans-dev
-zlib1g-dev:amd64

I don't think any of these are necessary. It shouldn't be hard to check -- just remove them and see if everything works.

Boris