Getting Started with Jitsi Server
About Jitsi Server
Jitsi is an open source videoconferencing and chat application. It enables videoconferencing between Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS users by simply opening a new browser tab on laptops/desktops or downloading the Jitsi app from the Play Store/App Store on mobile devices.
This is a ready-to-use image with pre-installed dependencies. We provide the scripts for a quick and seamless setup. You would only require a domain to complete the installation with HTTPS for secure, private communication with your team.
Official Website: https://jitsi.org
Underlying OS: Debian 10 Server (64 Bit)
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Minimum System Requirements
2 vCPU Core
1 GB RAM
Recommended System Requirements
3 vCPU Core
4 GB RAM
After you create your Jitsi server, Jitsi's dependencies and installation scripts will be preinstalled and ready for you to use.
A hostname (domain or subdomain) where you can create a DNS record pointing to your Server's IP address
You will need to connect to the Server via SSH to complete the setup.
apt-get install jitsi-meet -y
All the dependencies are already installed, the setup shall ask you to enter the domain for your server.
Next, choose the Generate a new self-signed certificate (You will later get a chance to obtain a Let's Encrypt certificate) option and hit Enter to finish the installation.
How to Secure Jitsi Server with Let's Encrypt SSL?
Run the following command
Important files and documents
Visit Jitsi official documentation site here: https://jitsi.github.io/handbook/docs/intro
Updated on: 06/09/2021