[jitsi-users] jitsi meet, apache and openfire ?


#1

Hi,
I use openfire, but, I want to use jitsi-meet because of the firefox support, instead of the openfire conference plugin.

I try different setup today, and before I spend more time, I want to ask if I can use jitsi-meet with openfire and apache ?

It's on existing server for now, and I use apache and openfire already on it.

I have done the jitsi-videobridge setup for openfire with this link https://jitsi.org/Projects/JitsiVideobridgeWithOpenfire (with some adjustment for the latest openfire)
But i'm stuck on jitsi-meet, when I want to install the .deb, it require jitsi-meet-prosody, and want to install prosody.

(if I can't, I think i will try on a little vps, or in a docker container, but it's not my first choice)

Thanks for your help

Nicolas


#2

Hi Nicolas

As far as I remember there is a openfire plugin for jitsi-meet. Its name is ofmeet. It's easy to install.

Cheers

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El 2016-09-21 13:47, Nicolas escribió:

Hi,
I use openfire, but, I want to use jitsi-meet because of the firefox
support, instead of the openfire conference plugin.

I try different setup today, and before I spend more time, I want to
ask if I can use jitsi-meet with openfire and apache ?

It's on existing server for now, and I use apache and openfire already on it.

I have done the jitsi-videobridge setup for openfire with this link
https://jitsi.org/Projects/JitsiVideobridgeWithOpenfire (with some
adjustment for the latest openfire)
But i'm stuck on jitsi-meet, when I want to install the .deb, it
require jitsi-meet-prosody, and want to install prosody.

(if I can't, I think i will try on a little vps, or in a docker
container, but it's not my first choice)

Thanks for your help

Nicolas

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#3

Hi,

yeah current debian packages do not have an option to be installed
separately. It requires all components. You can install without
satisfying all dependencies, but you will miss any configuration.
You can install jvb and jicofo from debian package and do jitsi-meet
from source, anyway jitsi-meet deb depends on nginx and tries to
configure it ... I have in my todo list to change the deb package in
order to be able to install all packages separate and to be able to
install them as a whole system, as now. But I don't think I will come
to this this year.
Ofmeet is really old and not up to date with all the changes in meet
and jvb and jicofo.

Regards
damencho

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On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 2:08 PM, Jack Freakazoid <freakazoid@riseup.net> wrote:

Hi Nicolas

As far as I remember there is a openfire plugin for jitsi-meet. Its name is
ofmeet. It's easy to install.

Cheers

El 2016-09-21 13:47, Nicolas escribió:

Hi,
I use openfire, but, I want to use jitsi-meet because of the firefox
support, instead of the openfire conference plugin.

I try different setup today, and before I spend more time, I want to
ask if I can use jitsi-meet with openfire and apache ?

It's on existing server for now, and I use apache and openfire already on
it.

I have done the jitsi-videobridge setup for openfire with this link
https://jitsi.org/Projects/JitsiVideobridgeWithOpenfire (with some
adjustment for the latest openfire)
But i'm stuck on jitsi-meet, when I want to install the .deb, it
require jitsi-meet-prosody, and want to install prosody.

(if I can't, I think i will try on a little vps, or in a docker
container, but it's not my first choice)

Thanks for your help

Nicolas

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#4

you are right, ofmeet is good, but too old.

Perhaps I can use manual install, and just use prosody instead of openfire, but I need to keep apache.

I will try to install jitsi-meet from source instead of the debian package,

thanks for your help :slight_smile:

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Le 21/09/2016 à 21:22, Damian Minkov a écrit :

Hi,

yeah current debian packages do not have an option to be installed
separately. It requires all components. You can install without
satisfying all dependencies, but you will miss any configuration.
You can install jvb and jicofo from debian package and do jitsi-meet
from source, anyway jitsi-meet deb depends on nginx and tries to
configure it ... I have in my todo list to change the deb package in
order to be able to install all packages separate and to be able to
install them as a whole system, as now. But I don't think I will come
to this this year.
Ofmeet is really old and not up to date with all the changes in meet
and jvb and jicofo.

Regards
damencho

On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 2:08 PM, Jack Freakazoid <freakazoid@riseup.net> wrote:

Hi Nicolas

As far as I remember there is a openfire plugin for jitsi-meet. Its name is
ofmeet. It's easy to install.

Cheers

El 2016-09-21 13:47, Nicolas escribió:

Hi,
I use openfire, but, I want to use jitsi-meet because of the firefox
support, instead of the openfire conference plugin.

I try different setup today, and before I spend more time, I want to
ask if I can use jitsi-meet with openfire and apache ?

It's on existing server for now, and I use apache and openfire already on
it.

I have done the jitsi-videobridge setup for openfire with this link
https://jitsi.org/Projects/JitsiVideobridgeWithOpenfire (with some
adjustment for the latest openfire)
But i'm stuck on jitsi-meet, when I want to install the .deb, it
require jitsi-meet-prosody, and want to install prosody.

(if I can't, I think i will try on a little vps, or in a docker
container, but it's not my first choice)

Thanks for your help

Nicolas

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