Peertube version 1.0.1


#41

apt-transport-https should be installed by default. How did you install Yunohost?


#42

I installed Yunohost with the iso for amd64 machines


#43

Strange, it should have it. Anyways I will add is as dependency in next release.


#44

The Peertube app have been updated to fix a security issue of open port. This is fixed by latest commit which close the port for Peertube.

Please update ASAP.
$ yunohost app upgrade -u https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peertube_ynh peertube --debug


#45

With the yunohost admin interface, I have upgrade from PeerTube v1.0.0-beta.13 to PeerTube v1.0.1, but i’m disappointed by the Upload video page :

  • The « import with URL » tabs is not présent
  • The « import with torrent » tabs is not présent

Is this normal with the community package or have i a local problem with my instance ?


#46

@Makoto_Doushite
Can you try with another browser?
Can you show me your website?


#47

I’ve tried with iridium browser, Chromium and Tor, same things.
https://peertube.makotoworkshop.org/
Precision : before upgrading, theses tabs were not presents.


#48

@Makoto_Doushite

Sorry misunderstood your question. I thought some icon is not rendering well.

To open the import buttons you have to enable it in config file.

$ nano /var/www/peertube/config/production.yaml

Cange the the import to true

Give the right again to config file.
$ chown peertube: /var/www/peertube/config/production.yaml


#49

Ha ! The config file i have not touched, because Yunohost do it for me :slight_smile:
So now i understand better how it’s work, thanks @kanhu ^^
But, this still not working, as write in the config file :
#########################################################
#
# From this point, all the following keys can be overridden by the web interface
# (local-production.json file). If you need to change some values, prefer to
# use the web interface because the configuration will be automatically
# reloaded without any need to restart PeerTube.
#
# /!\ If you already have a local-production.json file, the modification of the
# following keys will have no effect /!.
#
#########################################################

So i have edit the json file to « true » value :
# nano /var/www/peertube/config/local-production.json

  "import": {
    "videos": {
      "http": {
        "enabled": true
      },
      "torrent": {
        "enabled": true
      }

And restart Peertube :
# service peertube restart
It’s work ! Thanks ^^


#50

Maybe in next release I add the option to enable or disable import while installation. But there are more options which need to be asked while installation. I was thinking there could be any questions while install as setup options, but I am wondering if they are really needed or should be kept as default.


#51

Hi Kanhu,

First of all thanks for all your contributions to the community, it looks like your are packaging more and more apps. I can install this peertube and it works… but only theoretically.
Indeed, it looks like the network speed of my OVH server is not sufficient to get smooth videos streaming.
Which lead me to several questions :slight_smile:

  1. Are you fully self-hosted ? Using a VPS like me ? Can you stream videos with a satisfactory speed ?
  2. Do you happen to know a way to test the network speed of a Yunohost instance ?
  3. My VPS is using the “low-cost” storage option. There is another option which claims to be faster but costs double. Do you think my speed problem could be related to a disk speed problem ?

Many thanks in advance for your help !


#52

Looks like v1.1.0 version already here but what they done I dont know lol


#53

I have meet an issue with uploading big vidéos files. ( nginx : 500 Internal Server Error )
Issue resolved, and want to share it here :
Upload de gros fichiers vidéos sur une instance Peertube


#54

Peertube is updated to version 1.1.0 .

Update through admin panel or with following command.

$ yunohost app upgrade -u https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peertube_ynh peertube --debug

Changelog: https://github.com/Chocobozzz/PeerTube/releases/tag/v1.1.0


#55

I have tested Peertube on self-hosted and a vps. Both run smooth for me. I have not tested on Arm device. I use 2 core vps with more then 4 gb or ram in production.

I have noticed from past two years my ISP gives very poor pings to the server near new year. You can test speed of your server my speedtest and check the MTR from your Ip to the server. Use a proxy and see if the speed improves.

You should monitor your server from package like netdata and see if the server is overloading or there is some other issue relate to quality of server.