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More Let’s Encrypt V3, Part B, Subparagraph G
Well, it has been three months since I last had to wrestle with Let’s Encrypt certs.
As expected, they did not auto-renew.
I issued the commands found in the previous post on this topic and noticed something.
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[name@server ~]$ .acme.sh/acme.sh --issue --server letsencrypt -d www.nycnyne.net
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Let’s Encrypt, again, Part 2
This site gave me a good starting point. I ran the commands in my WLS Debian instance and then uploaded the keys via cPanel copy & paste, per this site starting at Step 9.
I am a little concerned about this, as matthannan.net… Read the rest
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Let’s Encrypt, again
This has become buried at nycnyne.net, so I wanted to get this added here. Three more months and I am playing with Let’s Encrypt at Namecheap again. I can get nycnyne.net working again with this one-liner and a copy/paste the key to the cPanel.… Read the rest
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DNS Record Types Explained – Pressable – More Than Hosting
This article is part 3 in a series dedicated to the DNS Management, specifically DNS Record Types Explained. We will list the commonly used record types.
Source: DNS Record Types Explained – Pressable – More Than Hosting
I fired up a web server on a Pi tonight.… Read the rest
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SSL with Let’s Encrypt on Namecheap
My hosting provider does not fully support Let’s Encrypt for free SSL certificates. This site shows how to set it up manually.
It worked! I have two domains on my host: matthannan.net and nycnyne.net, which is my forum site for my old friends now scattered.… Read the rest
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How to run Python scripts (cPanel questions)
» Install Debian Squeeze/Wheezy on the Pogoplug E02 – Innovations by VinnyMac Productions
Thinking that a small Linux server might be a handy thing to have around. I’ve moved all of my data out to Bitcasa, so having 1TB of local storage is not as necessary as it used to be. In addition to just having a nifty toy to play with, I am thinking of actually using my Arduino and lashing it to the oil burner so that I can see how often it is used.… Read the rest
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