Did you install as an upgrade, or was this the first time you installed
What I'm seeing in the log is that all the libraries are missing which
implement the various aspects of Jitsi. An overly large part (maybe even
all of them) are not able to be loaded. I'm not sure how this has
happened. This should not be an issue.
One thing I can imagine, is that (part of) the Jitsi user directory
(%user%/AppData/Local/Jitsi) did not have write permissions for the
current user. Might you have started Jitsi for the first time using an
administrator account? I'm not sure about this, but it seems reasonable.
Indeed, deleting this directory lets Jitsi recreate it (as the current
user) so that fixes it. If others are reading this. It should be
sufficient to delete "%user%/AppData/Local/Jitsi/sip-communicator.bin"
directory. This would leave your personal settings in tact.
On 08-05-15 15:05, Peter Schmidt wrote:
I installed the latest Jitsi Client on Windows 7 and configured it.
Now 2 days later, it refuses to start. Using debug mode shows the
I tried reinstalling it, uninstalled the 32-bit version, installed the
64-bit Version, no change.
I managed to get it working by deleting the Jitsi folder in local
I'm just writing you to let you know. Hopefully this was a one-time
error, but if this is recurring we will need a solution.
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