newbie: nginx rtmp module
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Sat Mar 10 17:23:58 UTC 2018
Yum install nginx
gets you the binary. I'm not really sure how the dynamic module load works, but my understanding (or perhaps lack thereof) means you supplement the precompiled binary with the module.
Solve your other problems first, then you can investigate this if you want to beat your head against the wall some more.
Once you figure the dynamic module load, you could do a post about how it works. I often do this just so I can find my old post if I have trouble doing the same thing a year or two later.
Presumably once you figure this out, your transition to Centos 7 will be easier.
From: nginx-forum at forum.nginx.org
Sent: March 10, 2018 8:58 AM
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Subject: Re: newbie: nginx rtmp module
hi sorry but I'm not quite clear. You said 'you shouldn't have to compile
Nginx but use the disty binary'. I'm not sure what the disty binary is. Do
you mean installing from the nginx repo at
or from the latest tarball?
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