[jitsi-users] jitsi-meet manual install


#1

As I have been advised that re-branding the welcome page would require
modifying the source, I am looking into the process of rolling my own
version of Jitsi Meet. I found the manual install instructions in
jitsi-meet/doc on GitHub, but I'm wondering if it's really necessary to
build all the other components as well as Jitsi Meet. Seems like a pain
to have to keep all that stuff up to date, especially if I can't just
pull updates from a git repository (not sure why the instructions
recommend otherwise).

Would it work if I just install the binaries for jitsi-videobridge and
jicofo, then pull and modify jitsi-meet from GitHub?

Best Regards,
David


#2

Yep, that should work fine.

Cheers,

···

On Jun 20, 2017, at 03:20, David Marshall Berg <dberg918@gmail.com> wrote:

As I have been advised that re-branding the welcome page would require
modifying the source, I am looking into the process of rolling my own
version of Jitsi Meet. I found the manual install instructions in
jitsi-meet/doc on GitHub, but I'm wondering if it's really necessary to
build all the other components as well as Jitsi Meet. Seems like a pain
to have to keep all that stuff up to date, especially if I can't just
pull updates from a git repository (not sure why the instructions
recommend otherwise).

Would it work if I just install the binaries for jitsi-videobridge and
jicofo, then pull and modify jitsi-meet from GitHub?

--
Saúl


#3

Hey David,

The easiest way is to install jitsi-meet from packages, make sure it
works. Then clone the source, make your changes and just change the
root path in your nginx config from /usr/share/jitsi-meet to the
folder of your cloned and modified jitsi-meet.

Regards
damencho

···

On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 9:42 AM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <scorretge@atlassian.com> wrote:

On Jun 20, 2017, at 03:20, David Marshall Berg <dberg918@gmail.com> wrote:

As I have been advised that re-branding the welcome page would require
modifying the source, I am looking into the process of rolling my own
version of Jitsi Meet. I found the manual install instructions in
jitsi-meet/doc on GitHub, but I'm wondering if it's really necessary to
build all the other components as well as Jitsi Meet. Seems like a pain
to have to keep all that stuff up to date, especially if I can't just
pull updates from a git repository (not sure why the instructions
recommend otherwise).

Would it work if I just install the binaries for jitsi-videobridge and
jicofo, then pull and modify jitsi-meet from GitHub?

Yep, that should work fine.

Cheers,

--
Saúl

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