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

Getting Started

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

/usr/share/jitsi-meet/scripts/install-letsencrypt-cert.sh

Important files and documents

Visit Jitsi official documentation site here: https://jitsi.github.io/handbook/docs/intro

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