[jitsi-users] how do i reset the FQDN in jitsi-meet


#1

Hi

I am running debian jessie 8.8 and used the testing version of jitsi-meet.

I mis-entered the FQDN when I initially installed jitsi-meet using quick
start. I entered just my 'hostname' so all config files are named
'hostname' not 'hostname.domain.org'. 'apt-get purge jitsi-meet' somehow
did not clear my error and a re-install always just created config files
using my 'hostname' only. I then manually reworked all naming of config
files and all the references within the files ..... for prosody,
videobridge , jicofo etc. I now have a working 'jitsi-meet'.

However I want to perform a 'vanilla' install of 'jitsi-meet' and clear out
all the custom configuration i have done . How do clear the 'hostname' and
re-enter a FQDN such as 'hostname.domain.org' when i perform 'apt-get
install jitsi-meet'??

Regards

Herb Swanson


#2

ok I found two solutions

1. *dpkg-reconfigure 'package-name' *will allow me to reconfigure the
initial install responses

2. *debconf-set-selections *will allow me to change the stored values in
debconf database ... this is used in conjunction with
*debconf-get-selections*

Herb

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On 05/27/2017 03:22 PM, Herb Swanson wrote:

Hi

I am running debian jessie 8.8 and used the testing version of jitsi-meet.

I mis-entered the FQDN when I initially installed jitsi-meet using
quick start. I entered just my 'hostname' so all config files are
named 'hostname' not 'hostname.domain.org
<http://hostname.domain.org>'. 'apt-get purge jitsi-meet' somehow did
not clear my error and a re-install always just created config files
using my 'hostname' only. I then manually reworked all naming of
config files and all the references within the files ..... for
prosody, videobridge , jicofo etc. I now have a working 'jitsi-meet'.

However I want to perform a 'vanilla' install of 'jitsi-meet' and
clear out all the custom configuration i have done . How do clear the
'hostname' and re-enter a FQDN such as 'hostname.domain.org
<http://hostname.domain.org>' when i perform 'apt-get install
jitsi-meet'??

Regards

Herb Swanson