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Second we decided to grow our command line family by adding real, native Bash and with it support for Linux command-line tools which run directly on Windows in an environment that behaves like Linux!
Hello and welcome to our today’s article on installation Flussonic Streaming Server on Ubuntu15 and Cent OS 7.
Flussonic is a modern video streaming server written in Erlang.
We’ve significantly improved rendering performance, added support for more VT-100 sequences, and how it handles complex text layout.
We’ve also made some key improvements in how the Console handles High-DPI screens.
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On the delivery end, Flussonic is a true multi screen platform and can serve up live streaming and video on demand content to i Phones, i Pads, Android devices, Black Berries, Set Top Boxes, IPTV middleware platforms and other streaming platforms.
Do not expect every Bash script and tool that you run will work perfectly – there will be gaps.
But by trying out this feature, you’ll help us figure out what we need to work on in order to greatly improve our reliability, coverage, and reach.
RAM: 1Gb Processor: 2 v CPUs Disk Space: 20 Gb Network Adapter: 100 Mbits/s Operating System: Ubuntu/Cent OS Concurrent Connections: 10For stable streaming video playback with a high volume of concurrent connections, its recommended to distribute the traffic load among several real servers.
Connect to your Ubuntu server using the root credentials and the run the commands as shown below to add the source key for installing the Flussonic Streaming server from the debian package manager.