I got to fix that just a few hours ago.
I copied the lib-jitsi-meet.min.js and /lib-jitsi-meet.min.map from the lib-jitsi-meet/ directory into jitsi-meet/node_modules/lib-jitsi-meet/dist/umd and after that it worked. For some reason it doesn’t find them so one has to manually copy the files using the cp command.
I think its the master version because I installed it from repository when I first setup jitsi-meet in Ubuntu also from the repository. I have not modified it and the only thing I have changed successfully is what was mentioned in the tutorial. Now I aim to build a custom button for the ui but that would be off topic for this thread I assume.
LIBJITSIMEET_DIR is jitsi-meet/node_modules/lib-jitsi-meet.
The first three files are not found because dist/ does not exist in LIBJITSIMEET_DIR. Worse, I ran find -name on jitsi-meet/ and on lib-jitsi-meet/ for each of the missing files, and they don’t exist anywhere in the trees, so I’m not sure where to manually copy them from.
Perhaps it’s relevant to note that a fourth file is missing, jitsi-meet/build/close3.min.js.map, but the rule passes because of || true.
What I have found is that building lib-jitsi-meet (and building it again after some changes) can be done by running “npm install”. No more, no less. It don’t create a dist subdirectory, but I either use this process to test with make dev or to build Deb packages and said dist subdirectory is not needed in either case. Why do you need it ? what do you want to achieve anyway ?
Nope, I was asking about jitsi-meet, which version do you see in the package.json.
Master jitsi-meet is supposed to download a pre-built lib-jitsi-meet which will already have those files in the archive. You don’t need to checkout lib-jitsi-meet.