Getting started with Kopano Meet¶
Thank your for purchasing a subscription for Kopano Meet. If you encounter any issues setting up Kopano Meet, don’t hesitate to reach out to our support at email@example.com.
Running Meet as a container¶
To easily get started we are providing ready made container images for the individual components required to run Kopano Meet. These images can be run on a container platform of your choosing, you can find a configuration example for docker-compose at https://github.com/Kopano-dev/kopano-docker/blob/master/examples/meet/docker-compose.yml. The below instructions required are at least Docker 17.06.0 and Docker Compose 1.19.0.
Download the latest version by executing
wget -O docker-compose.yml https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Kopano-dev/kopano-docker/master/examples/meet/docker-compose.yml.
Along with the compose file some configuration is required. For this you
can either download an example configuration by executing
wget -O .env https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Kopano-dev/kopano-docker/master/examples/meet/env-example
or download our Meet setup script to create your own
wget -o setup.sh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Kopano-dev/kopano-docker/master/examples/meet/setup.sh && chmod +x setup.sh && ./setup.sh.
Once both the
.env are in place you only
need to run ´docker-compose up´ to fetch the images and start Meet. Once
the containers have started up you can navigate to https://your-domain/
and be redirected to the Meet login.
The source of the container images can be found on Github. Please check there for additional documentation.
Meet can be used by navigating to https://your-domain/meet. To be able to hold calls with users in other networks a TURN service needs to be used. Kopano operates such a service for users with a subscription. Access to this service has been provided along with your proof of purchase.