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    1 Template: jitsi-meet/cert-choice
    2 Type: select
    3 __Choices: Generate a new self-signed certificate (You will later get a chance to obtain a Let's encrypt certificate), I want to use my own certificate
    4 _Description: SSL certificate for the Jitsi Meet instance
    5  Jitsi Meet is best to be set up with an SSL certificate.
    6  Having no certificate, a self-signed one will be generated.
    7  By choosing self-signed you will later have a chance to install Let’s Encrypt certificates.
    8  Having a certificate signed by a recognised CA, it can be uploaded on the server
    9  and point its location. The default filenames will be /etc/ssl/--domain.name--.key
   10  for the key and /etc/ssl/--domain.name--.crt for the certificate.
   12 Template: jitsi-meet/cert-path-key
   13 Type: string
   14 _Description: Full local server path to the SSL key file:
   15  The full path to the SSL key file on the server.
   16  If it has not been uploaded, now is a good time to do so.
   18 Template: jitsi-meet/cert-path-crt
   19 Type: string
   20 _Description: Full local server path to the SSL certificate file:
   21  The full path to the SSL certificate file on the server.
   22  If you haven't uploaded it, now is a good time to upload it in another console.
   24 Template: jitsi-meet/jvb-hostname
   25 Type: string
   26 _Description: The hostname of the current installation:
   27  The value for the hostname that is set in Jitsi Videobridge installation.
   29 Template: jitsi-videobridge/jvb-hostname
   30 Type: string
   31 _Description: Hostname:
   32  The Jitsi Meet web config package needs the DNS hostname of your instance.