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how to configure video server on linux

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Our business requires video files  "walk through of our product"  to be hosted on server and access for this to be given for few users , I would like  to setup a video server on suse enterprise linux or ubuntu server this is not only for the walk through videos of our product in addtion events captured to be uploaded for the users those are not participated can go thorough, please help me with how to docs.
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