After executing the two commands, Greenlight needs a few seconds to start up completely (usually 15-20 seconds). This completes installation and customization. In this example you can now log on to BigBlueButton resp. Greenlight with user names and corresponding passwords from the UCS domain. Review install steps for setting up GreenLight outside of Docker hot 1 Greenlight 2.4 "500 Internal Server Error" when only keep other language file hot 1 Greenlight v2 - Email notifications via LOCAL SMTP server hot 1.
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Installation/configuration of BigBlueButton just got a lot easier.
We have released an install/setup script that automates the install steps in a single command. This means, in most cases (depending on the server’s internet connection), you can quickly have your own BigBlueButton server ready-to-use in under 15 minutes.
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We’ve always had detailed step-by-step instructions. Recently, we put these steps into a BASH install script that will detect your network setup, install BigBlueButton, install a SSL certificate (thanks to Let’s Encrypt), and configure BigBlueButton to use your network and SSL.
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Here’s a example of using bbb-install.sh to install the latest build of BigBlueButton 2.0-beta (xenial-200) on a server that has a fully qualified domain name bbb.my-server.com.
(This is just a sample command, your actual server would have whatever domain name you setup for it). After installation, you can also use the “bbb-conf –secret” command to extract the server’s URL and shared secret for configuring an integration (such as the BigBlueButtonBN plugin for Moodle).
For a video overview using bbb-install.sh to setup a new server, see
For a guide on quickly installing/configuring your own BigBlueButton server (as well as the minimum server requirements), see bbb-install.sh page on GitHub.
The install script is open source as well :-). We welcome feedback (use the issue tracker at GitHub) from anyone using this script to install the latest version of BigBlueButton (currently 2.0-beta).