If java8 is available jitsi-meet will auto-configure jetty that is
inside jvb to serve jitsi-meet, this way port 443 can be used for both
serving web content and media.
If you have nginx or apache before installing jitsi-meet it will use
what is available.
In latest nightlies, there is a script that will configure let's
There is little work left to be done, I will try addressing it these
days. The problem is that renewing will not work, the cron job will
renew the certificate but in case of apache or nginx a manual reload
is needed or in case of jetty, the certificates need to be added to
the keystore. All this manual work will be added to a script and done
On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 12:07 PM, Jack Freakazoid <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Because the when you perform the installation the web server is Apache not
Nginx. Look into /etc/apache2
El 29 de marzo de 2017 11:56:45 a. m. GMT-05:00, Alfredo Guzman > <email@example.com> escribió:
I'm trying to set up a valid ssl for my site using letsencrypt.org.
In the advanced installation of jitsi-meet it says install and configure
I currently did a quick install of jitsi-meet.
But I do not find where nginx is.
Usually nginx is in / etc / nginx. But it is not!
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?
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