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I'm guessing that LE adds a new fileset to <code>archive/{{arg|domain folder}}/</code> for each renewal, and updates the links in <code>live/{{arg|domain name}}</code>.
 
I'm guessing that LE adds a new fileset to <code>archive/{{arg|domain folder}}/</code> for each renewal, and updates the links in <code>live/{{arg|domain name}}</code>.
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==Errors==
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* <code>Error requesting challenges: Error creating new authz :: Validations for new domains are disabled in the V1 API</code>
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** This is because of the [https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/end-of-life-plan-for-acmev1/88430 End of Life Plan for ACMEv1]
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** If you've been using Let's Encrypt via [[VirtualMin]], you may have to actually install CertBot (apparently VirtualMin has its own method of handling renewals but will use CertBot if it is installed) - instructions [https://www.virtualmin.com/node/67390 here], but basically:
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*** <code>apt install socat certbot</code>
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*** <code>certbot register</code>
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [https://crt.sh/?q=htyp.org certificate lookup]: replace <code>htyp.org</code> with any domain. Use %domain for wildcard matches.
 
* [https://crt.sh/?q=htyp.org certificate lookup]: replace <code>htyp.org</code> with any domain. Use %domain for wildcard matches.

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Notes

Files

  • /etc/letsencrypt/
    • +archive/ - contains one folder per domain
      • +<domain folder>/ -- folder names are arbitrary, specified in renewal/ files
    • +live/
      • +<domain name> - contains links to the current files
    • +renewal/ - contains configurations to load (equivalent to sites-enabled/ in Apache/Nginx)

I'm guessing that LE adds a new fileset to archive/<domain folder>/ for each renewal, and updates the links in live/<domain name>.

Errors

  • Error requesting challenges: Error creating new authz :: Validations for new domains are disabled in the V1 API
    • This is because of the End of Life Plan for ACMEv1
    • If you've been using Let's Encrypt via VirtualMin, you may have to actually install CertBot (apparently VirtualMin has its own method of handling renewals but will use CertBot if it is installed) - instructions here, but basically:
      • apt install socat certbot
      • certbot register

Links