Forums How to host rtmp servers: Chromebok

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    Donald BiltonDonald Bilton

    Chromebooks have an option to run debian linux inside of Chromeos. uses open source software to install it’s private RTMP servers. If you are interested in using tollstream’s auto installation, running a linux terminal inside chromeos is the easiest route. Many Chromebooks have this option, which is officially supported by ChromeOS.
    Here a list of officially supported Chromebooks.

    If your chromebook is supported, officially, you can follow this tutorial to install linux alongside chromeos, and switch between linux inside of ChromeOS.

    If your chromebook is not officially supported, there is another tutorial which will be posted in how to host rtmp servers forum.

    Turn on Linux (Beta)
    Linux (Beta) is off by default. You can turn it on any time from Settings.

    * At the bottom right, select the time.
    Select Settings .
    * Under “Linux (Beta),” select Turn On.
    * Follow the steps on the screen. Setup can take 10 minutes or more.
    * A terminal window opens. You have a Debian 10 (Buster) environment. You can run Linux commands, install more tools using the APT package manager, and customize your shell.

    Once you have a working debian installation, you can follow the steps located at.

    Debian based linux(ubuntu[18.04,19.10,20.04]) debian 9 etc

    This will complete the installation of tollstream’s auto installation and allow you to run your own rtmp server for usage with

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