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Jitsi-meet-x8664-2.4.2.AppImage; Latest Comments. TheFrenchGhosty commented on 2020-11-13 16:27 @SamWhited This package download an AppImage, it doesn't depend on. See full list on github.com. 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.

Hello,

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First I would like to thanks all the developers for this amazing project, I discovered it 10 days ago and it’s absolutely amazing IMO.
Also a big thanks for the packages, installing it on a Debian server is really easy (and it is so much automated that it take some time to understand the whole thing :D).

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I have configured two Jitsi servers on two different servers :

  • 1 for internal/confidential use
  • 1 for public use
    They are both working well
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To connect to them I would like to use Jitsi Meet Desktop only.

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The default server is the internal one, to access to the external I need to use the full url (https:// external/room), which is expected.

But here is the tricky part, I would like to “automatize” as much as I can for my users.
My idea was to do an HTTP 302 redirect for rooms names starting with “external_”.
For example, a request to https:// internal/external_room1 is redirected to https:// external/room1.

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It’s working fine with chromium but not Jitsi Meet Desktop, the connection is OK but audio or video permissions are not granted.

I guess this is because Electron grant the permission for https://internal before being redirected to https://external.

Is there any way for me to make this work with Jitsi Meet Desktop ?

I’m using the Linux appimage, version is :
jitsi-meet-x86_64.AppImage jitsi-meet-x86_64.AppImage --appimage-version
Version: effcebc

Jitsi-meet-x86_64.appimage

Thanks!

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By the way, if someone could explain what does ' deeplinks such as jitsi-meet://myroom' means in the README it would be appreciated too.
Running “jitsi-meet-x86_64.AppImage --no-sandbox jitsi-meet://myroom” does not start the application on this room. 0000 utc to ist conversion.

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Regards,
Thomas