[jitsi-users] config ssl with -letsencrypt.org-


#1

Hello everyone,

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
nginx, but
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!

any ideas?
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?

Thank you.


#2

Because the when you perform the installation the web server is Apache not Nginx. Look into /etc/apache2

Cheers

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El 29 de marzo de 2017 11:56:45 a. m. GMT-05:00, Alfredo Guzman <alfredo.sil.gt@gmail.com> escribió:

Hello everyone,

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
nginx, but
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!

any ideas?
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?

Thank you.

--
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#3

to Alfredo Guzman alfredo.sil.gt@gmail.com via
<https://support.google.com/mail/answer/1311182?hl=en> jitsi.org

I got a SSL certificate from letsencrypt without any problem using the
certbot package.

The standard configuration files of nginx are in /etc/nginx.

On Debian, if you want to see where are your nginx files juste type the
command "dpkg -L nginx-common". This displays all the locations of the
installes nginx files.

Hope this helps Alfredo.

Michel.

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On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 6:56 PM, Alfredo Guzman <alfredo.sil.gt@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello everyone,

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
nginx, but
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!

any ideas?
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?

Thank you.

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#4

Hi,

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
encrypt certificates.
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/debian/jitsi-meet-web-config.postinst#L228

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
automatically.

Regards
damencho

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On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 12:07 PM, Jack Freakazoid <freakazoid@riseup.net> wrote:

Because the when you perform the installation the web server is Apache not
Nginx. Look into /etc/apache2

Cheers

El 29 de marzo de 2017 11:56:45 a. m. GMT-05:00, Alfredo Guzman > <alfredo.sil.gt@gmail.com> escribió:

Hello everyone,

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
nginx, but
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!

any ideas?
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?

Thank you.

--
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brevedad.

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#5

Actually nginx and apache should renew without a problem, cause a web
server reload command is added to the cron job.

The tricky part is just jetty, cause in order to renew it we need to
stop jetty, so we need to stop jvb or we can use an alternative port
... I will be checking those options.

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On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1:13 PM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi,

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
encrypt certificates.
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/debian/jitsi-meet-web-config.postinst#L228

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
automatically.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 12:07 PM, Jack Freakazoid <freakazoid@riseup.net> wrote:

Because the when you perform the installation the web server is Apache not
Nginx. Look into /etc/apache2

Cheers

El 29 de marzo de 2017 11:56:45 a. m. GMT-05:00, Alfredo Guzman >> <alfredo.sil.gt@gmail.com> escribió:

Hello everyone,

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
nginx, but
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!

any ideas?
Has anyone ever done this?
Someone knows a fast way?

Thank you.

--
Enviado desde mi dispositivo Android con K-9 Mail. Por favor, disculpa mi
brevedad.

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