[Red5] running red5 inside of an apache http server directory.
red5 at jakehilton.com
Thu May 4 11:49:10 EDT 2006
On linux this would be cake... I assume you used the red5 installer to
install it on windows? If so the installer designates the location of where
the files will live. If you installed it by hand you could define any
location you wanted it to run from.
On 5/4/06, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com> wrote:
> maybe a shortcut directory or a virtual directory would work.
> On 5/4/06, aaron smith <public at smithaaronlee.net> wrote:
> > does anyone know if it's possible to run red5 inside of the www folder
> > of an apache install. reason for this is I am needing to be able to save
> > video (rtmp) and snapshots (http) but I need to have access to them both
> > in one website. and the video recording and snapshot happen in the same
> > flash movie.
> > the problem i'm having when testing locally is that when I save the
> > video it goes to: c:\red5\project\stream\. my http location is
> > c:\wamp\www\ and the flash file resides in the wamp install.. see my
> > dilemma? or is it possible to have the java class write the stream
> > inside that other directory (www)??
> > rock
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