Jitsi Ubuntu Apache2
Jitsi Meet is a free, nice, self-hosted, web conferencing platform, that requires nothing but a good small server. You can install it on an Ubuntu server in less than ten minutes.
Jitsi is distributed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0 Powered by: pmwiki If you are looking for Jitsi. Here, you can download Jitsi Desktop, Jitsi Meet and Jitsi Videobridge. Use the stable builds for more consistent behaviour. Latest nightlies are also quite usable and contain all our latest and greatest additions. Jitsi switching to the Apache open source license is what the doctor ordered. Blue Jimp, and with it Jitsi, was acquired by Atlassian in April this year. I wrote at the time about Jitsi’s open source license: The problem with getting the Jitsi Videobridge to larger corporations was its open source license.
Before you install Jitsi, you’ll need an Apache web server. It’s better to do it prior Jitsis installation as it can automatically configure the web server for its needs:
Jits itself is installed from a proprietary repository. To add the repo:
Jitsi Server Apache2
Then you can proceed with Jitsis instalation:
Jitsi Meet Apache2 Config
During the installation process, you’ll be asked to enter the FQDN of your server. Once it is finished, you can enjoy your freshly installed free web conferencing platform.