Greetings to all from London. I work for a small ISP in the UK. We
have installed Jitsi Meet on a server for a client, and are trying
to integrate Etherpad Lite into the install but haven't yet been
able to get it to completely work.
It's a Debian jessie server, and I have followed these instructions
in order to install Jitsi Meet:
I then followed the jessie instuctions on this page in order to
install Etherpad Lite:
I then followed the instructions on this page for integrating
Etherpad Lite with the Jitsi Meet installation:
The nginx configuration means that I can now access Etherpad Lite by
going to http://myjitsimeetinstall.org/etherpad (I've just made up
that domain name as I don't currently want to publicise the hostname
of this box). However, I found step 3 on that page a bit confusing.
There is no file at '/usr/share/jitsi-meet/config.js', which I
believe is because I installed Jitsi Meet from Debian packages. The
Debian install process did create a
'/etc/jitsi/meet/myjitsimeetinstall.org-config.js' file, so I added
to that file.
However, when I am in a conference room, I still don't get an
Etherpad button at the top of the screen. Has anyone else got this
working? If anyone can spot what I have done wrong, or can tell me
what they did to get this working, I'd really appreciate it.
Ian Macdonald (email@example.com)
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