I have a server I use for hosting php pages for my website. I want to install jitsi on the same server and be able to serve mettings as well as continue serving my php pages. Is this possible (how) or a jitsi server has to be dedicated to only jitsi?
jitsi-meet gets served over port 443 via nginx proxy.
you have to adjust a lot of things, if you already have nginx…
I wouldnt recommend it though
you can, just follow the manual install and make adjustments accordingly
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# Server Installation for Jitsi Meet
:warning: **WARNING:** Manual installation is not recommended. We recommend following the [quick-install](https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/doc/quick-install.md) document. The current document describes the steps that are needed to install a working deployment, but steps are easy to mess up, and the debian packages are more up-to-date, where this document is sometimes not updated to reflect latest changes.
This describes configuring a server `jitsi.example.com` running Debian or a Debian Derivative. You will need to
change references to that to match your host, and generate some passwords for
`YOURSECRET1`, `YOURSECRET2` and `YOURSECRET3`.
There are also some complete [example config files](https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/tree/master/doc/example-config-files/) available, mentioned in each section.
There are additional configurations to be done for a [scalable installation](https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/tree/master/doc/scalable-installation.md)
## Network description
This is how the network looks: