The following distributions are supported out-of-the-box:. Note : Many of the installation steps require root or sudo access. On Ubuntu systems, Jitsi requires dependencies from Ubuntu's universe package repository. To ensure this is enabled, run this command:. This will add the jitsi repository to your package sources to make the Jitsi Meet packages available. For more details on using and hardening SSH access, see the corresponding Debian or Ubuntu documentation. In order to have encrypted communications, you need a TLS certificate. The recommended option is to choose Generate a new self-signed certificate and create a Lets-Encrypt Certificate later see below this will replace the self-signed certificate.
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Hub for Good Supporting each other to make an impact. Write for DigitalOcean You get paid, we donate to tech non-profits. By Justin Ellingwood and Brian Boucheron. When you first create a new Debian 10 server, there are a few configuration steps that you should take early on as part of the basic setup. This will increase the security and usability of your server and will give you a solid foundation for subsequent actions. In this tutorial, we will learn how to log into our server as the root user, create a new user with admin privileges, and set up a basic firewall. If you have not already logged into your server, you may want to follow our guide on how to connect to your Droplet with SSH , which covers this process in detail. Accept the warning about host authenticity if it appears.
This tutorial is going to show you how to set up Shadowsocks proxy server on Ubuntu. Shadowsocks is a lightweight, fast, and secure Socks5 proxy to bypass Internet censorship. We will learn how to set up the server-side and how to configure the desktop client on Ubuntu. There are many implementations of Shadowsocks , this tutorial shows you how to use Shadowsocks-libev, because. SSH into your remote Ubuntu server. Shadowsocks-libev is included in Ubuntu repository since Ubuntu It may be missing on your Ubuntu server.
I like to self-host my web applications and other applications like blog software and Git servers. This gives you a bit of independence from third-party services and the freedom to install any software with any configuration. Managing your own server has the drawback that it needs more effort than using a third party service. There is the initial setup that takes time, and after that, you have to manage and update the server periodically.