We will soon be publishing a proper download page with installation
and configuration instructions. We expect a lot of the hurdles to be
cleared at that point. Until then we'd like to thank all of you brave
souls for trying the bridge so early!
In the meantime, the way known to work is to checkout the
jitsi-videobridge and libjitsi projects from SVN and compile and run
jitsi-videobridge using the Ant build.xml:
ant run -Drun.arg.line="--secret=<secret shared between OpenFire and
jitsi-videobridge> --min-port=<minimum of the RTP/RTCP port range>
--max-port=<maximum of the RTP/RTCP port range> --host=<the
hostname/IP address of OpenFire> --port=<the port on which
jitsi-videobridge is to connect to OpenFire>"
-Drun.jvmarg.line="-Djava.library.path=<absolute path to libjitsi's
lib/native OS-specific directory>"
For example, one might use the following on 64-bit Linux where
OpenFire and jitsi-videobridge run on the same machine:
ant run -Drun.arg.line="--secret=123 --min-port=10000 --max-port=20000
2013/3/14 Pooya Kazempour <email@example.com>:
This has became a serious puzzle for me , at the moment I can't build the
module(videobridge) for openfire, the build process only builds
jitsi-videobridge.jar, and this Jar file doesn't contain any of the openfire
folder's resources at all.
Hence my question is that how can I easily integrate this plugin/module with