Anyone tried to install using a Cloudron LAMP app ?
I was preparing to install this on a LAMP box however, while I was reading about the installation here's what I stumbled upon:
Streamer can be installed on any Server, including Windows, but the encoder and Livestream should work fine on any Linux distribution. However we recommend Ubuntu 20.04 without any kind of control panel. The problem with cPanel, Plesk, Webmin, VestaCP, etc. It's because we need full root access to install some libs, and maybe compile them. Another important point is that to make Livestream work, we need to compile Nginx and the control panels often prevent us from running the commands forcing the installation available only on your panel.
@girish, was wondering if there is still the possibility of this being packaged into Cloudron as the end of life for Jira Server is 2024 which leaves us with alot of time for this to still be usefull.
Also there for this to compliment Confluence who is already packaged, and looking at the documentation for the install of Jira Server, it seams very similar to Confluence so not sure if this is on the cards yet, but would be good to see if this can be integrated into Cloudron.
@loudlemur admirable tool, but java and tomcat ?
i thought that was so last century
maybe great app but yuk technically
Haha! This is very funny. Actually, when I remember checking Sakai last, it actually was almost last millenium, and at the time was too bleeding edge to be used! I had hopes for it, and thought it must by now still be a great candidate. (It ticked all the boxes way back then, almost.)
I will have to look at some of these LMSs again sometime soon, but there is a lot more to do!