Mar 29, 2020

3 min read

Install Jitsi Meet with CentOS & Docker (Tutorial)

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Vippy The VPS

Jitsi Meet is a video conference web app that allows for on-the-fly video conferencing. In fact, you could go to their site to fire up a call right now for free. But the really cool part is that you can self-host Jisti on your VPS to give you more control over your data and infrastructure.

It's an interesting alternative to Zoom or Google Hangouts and it's easy to set up on most Linux servers. In this article, we'll show you how to install Jitsi Meet on a VPS running Centos 8.

Note: doesn't officially have a supported CentOS-compatible release candidate. So instead, we'll use Docker to deploy a functional Jitsi Meet setup.

Not running CentOS? Click here to set up Jitsi Meet on Ubuntu Click here to set up Jitsi Meet on Debian

Why is Jitsi better than Zoom?

First of all, we're not saying that it is!

But there have been questions about the

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