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Thanks to all the makers of this fascinating project.
I'm an amateur coder and an Ubuntu newbie, but I managed to grok the
instructions and compiled all components ( videobridge/ meet/jicofo/nginx
and prosody) after a few false starts.
Then I doubleclicked on index.html to open the page in firefox and got the
following reports from 'Inspect Element' - as shown in screengrab above:
*ReferenceError: config is not defined[Learn More]
do_external_connect.js:23:9[modules/RTC/RTCBrowserType.js] <o>: This
appears to be Firefox, ver: 50 lib-jitsi-meet.min.js:6:20271DEPRECATED JS
- Cookie has been deprecated since 5.8.0 and will be removed in a future
release. Use cookie instead.
interfaceConfig is not defined[Learn More]
app.bundle.min.js:12:21172TypeError: a.default.tablesorter is
undefined[Learn More] app.bundle.min.js:64:4528*
I refreshed the page a few times, and reset the package.json to point to
local lib as stated in github instructions, but no grant access to
mic/camera prompt appeared.
Right-clicking on each error message gives me the option to 'store as
global variable', which didn't seem like the right thing to do, so I
requested to sign up for all the jitsi mailing lists instead and am here.
(Thanks Emil Ivov!)
Any advice on how to set this up correctly is greatly appreciated - I've
already signed up for an http(s) on a webpage I maintain, but will need
more disk space to ftp this bundle to my httpdocs if *get it working,
that is *- I gathered secure http(s) protocol would be necessary for this
to work online.
During compile I followed all instructions in the detailed Manual
Installation on github, except I used *jitmeet*.example.com everywhere and
not *jitsi*.example.com - no idea if this variance is of any consequence.
For localhost poking around, I've installed ssl on apache2 in my ubuntu
trusty tahr 14.04 workspace. Do I need an Apache script or something?
PS: I am an amateur coder and cannot follow code lingo that falutes high -
I'm only accustomed to following instructions/cutpasting snippets and
working with jquery plugins so I'm probably looking for DIY-type
easy-to-follow instructables/ manuals/forum posts if any are extant.
Thanks and kind regards,