[jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop


#1

Hello developers,

Please i need an advice regarding the following:

Can i run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop?
I mean i am running the application from Eclipse, but i need to run another
one in order to test a voice call between them.
Any advice how to do that?

Another thing: i added the libjitsi folder(that contains the srtp protocol) to the java coding in eclipse as a jar
file and ran the application, but the call is not being encrypted and the
talking is clear.
But don't we use the srtp to encrypt the communication?
So is there any config i have to add for that?

Note: I am using the call manager express.


#2

add the commandline option --multiple

Marius

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Am 28.06.2015 um 12:34 schrieb Tania A.:

Hello developers,

Please i need an advice regarding the following:

Can i run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop?
I mean i am running the application from Eclipse, but i need to run
another
one in order to test a voice call between them.
Any advice how to do that?


#3

Hello Marius,
Where should i write that?
Do i open the cmd screen on my laptop to write it?
If you can give me more detail please.

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Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 13:10:43 +0200
From: cyborg2@benderirc.de
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop

    Am 28.06.2015 um 12:34 schrieb Tania A.:

      Hello developers,

        Please i need an advice regarding the following:

        Can i run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop?

        I mean i am running the application from Eclipse, but i need to
        run another

        one in order to test a voice call between them.

        Any advice how to do that?

    add the commandline option --multiple

    Marius

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#4

You'll need two separate config directories if you want to properly develop with two instances. See the developer docs on the homepage, specifically how to set up Eclipse, on how to do that.

Ingo

Freundliche Grüsse,
Ingo Bauersachs

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On 28.06.2015, at 13:18, Tania A. <tania.awadik@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello Marius,
Where should i write that?
Do i open the cmd screen on my laptop to write it?
If you can give me more detail please.

Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 13:10:43 +0200
From: cyborg2@benderirc.de
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop

Am 28.06.2015 um 12:34 schrieb Tania A.:
Hello developers,

Please i need an advice regarding the following:

Can i run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop?
I mean i am running the application from Eclipse, but i need to run another
one in order to test a voice call between them.
Any advice how to do that?

add the commandline option --multiple

Marius

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#5

Thanks Ingo,

Do you have the link for the document? and does it contain all the steps needed to be followed?

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From: ingo@jitsi.org
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 14:41:25 +0200
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop

You'll need two separate config directories if you want to properly develop with two instances. See the developer docs on the homepage, specifically how to set up Eclipse, on how to do that.
Ingo

Freundliche Grüsse,Ingo Bauersachs
-- sent from my mobile
On 28.06.2015, at 13:18, Tania A. <tania.awadik@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello Marius,
Where should i write that?
Do i open the cmd screen on my laptop to write it?
If you can give me more detail please.

Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 13:10:43 +0200
From: cyborg2@benderirc.de
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop

    Am 28.06.2015 um 12:34 schrieb Tania A.:

      Hello developers,

        Please i need an advice regarding the following:

        Can i run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop?

        I mean i am running the application from Eclipse, but i need to
        run another

        one in order to test a voice call between them.

        Any advice how to do that?

    add the commandline option --multiple

    Marius

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#6

Do you have the link for the document? and does it contain all the steps
needed to be followed?

Is it really that hard to open https://jitsi.org and go to Documentation ->
Developer Documentation -> How to configure Eclipse? Or googling "Jitsi
eclipse"? Is asking on a mailing list and waiting a day for a reply really
faster than trying to find the result yourself?

I don't want to insult or intimidate new or prospective developers - we
really need them - but I completely fail to understand this way of thinking.

https://jitsi.org/Documentation/ConfigureEclipseNew

Ingo


#7

And if you got a deadline and working on certain project, is it that insulting to ask help from others to get faster answers and gain some time??

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From: ingo@jitsi.org
To: users@jitsi.org
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 18:59:16 +0200
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] how to run 2 Jitsi applications on the same laptop

> Do you have the link for the document? and does it contain all the steps
> needed to be followed?

Is it really that hard to open https://jitsi.org and go to Documentation ->
Developer Documentation -> How to configure Eclipse? Or googling "Jitsi
eclipse"? Is asking on a mailing list and waiting a day for a reply really
faster than trying to find the result yourself?

I don't want to insult or intimidate new or prospective developers - we
really need them - but I completely fail to understand this way of thinking.

https://jitsi.org/Documentation/ConfigureEclipseNew

Ingo

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#8

No, I don't think it's insulting.

But from experience, asking repeatedly to be given answers -or "spoon-fed"
answers as I like to call it- makes you look lazy and demanding.

The way I see it -and I'm only speaking for myself- is that this -as is
every other FOSS project for that matter- is a community of users and
volunteers, along with developers (some paid to work on such projects,
others not), and as such the relationship is different from a PAID,
commercial software product where you are expected to get a service in
return from your money. For instance, if you paid $219 for a copy of MS
Office 2013 and you went to a Microsoft support forum, you'd be more
entitled to go to a support forum and DEMAND answers than here.

So, your question " and does it contain all the steps needed to be
followed?" looks a bit too demanding if you ask me. I mean, go look and
read the document, and if you don't understand something or run into
problems, come back here and ask, and if you feel the text of that document
can be improved, please suggest changes so the doc can be improved.

No hard feelings, just expressing my point of view.
Not a Jitsi developer, only a user, speaking for myself.

Best regards,
FC

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On Sun, Jun 28, 2015 at 5:52 PM, Tania A. <tania.awadik@hotmail.com> wrote:

And if you got a deadline and working on certain project, is it that
insulting to ask help from others to get faster answers and gain some time??

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
act
- George Orwell