Lib not found: NICE-NOTFOUND when installing licode on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I’m trying to install Licode on a Ubuntu 12.04 vps (an Azrure vps actually).
I’m following the guide on:
I’m stuck in step 4 (install all Licode components).
When i running the command: /licode/scripts/
It says that:

CMAKE Error at erizo/CMakeLists.txt: 6 (message):
 lib not found: NICE-NOTFOUND check README
Call Stack (most recent call first):
 erizo/CMakeLists.txt:48 (test_lib)

I have googled for this issue but haven’t found anything yet. NICE is a name of a package that i’m missing?

UPDATE: Reading code from the .sh file and trace to the CMakeLists.txt file. I found that there is a line of building code:

find_library(NICE nice HINTS "${THIRD_PARTY_LIB}")
Looks like NICE is exactly a third party library. I found nothing on Google about a libaray named “NICE” but in the /src/erizo folder, i can see NiceConnection.h and NiceConnection.cpp file.

However i still don’t know how to get it work.

Licode relies on Libnice for ICE.
First of all, we’re no longer supporting Ubuntu 12.04. I just updated the licode installation page, sorry about that. Try Ubuntu 14.04.
That said, dependencies are installed in, you should check that the script terminated successfully. If you encounter any problems in that step, feel free to ask here and we’ll see what we can do :slight_smile:

I just try on Ubuntu 14.04 and i can install successfully.

Thanks for your support.