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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
The Acme script that I use, like many people out there, to keep my Let’s Encrypt TLS/SSL certificate updated has recently had a breaking change of an upgrade. Namecheap, my hosting provider, is using an older version of OpenSSL. While this does not sound awesome, it is the upgrade from the previous version of OpenSSL that had a mega bug in it, so this isn’t too terrible.… Read the rest
Another 3 months has past and I needed to renew my certs. The previous method for taking care of NycNyne is still a relatively simple one liner, but matthannan.net continues to be a nightmare. Well, a hassle, anyway.
I went with the links in the Part 2 of this series and was mightily struggling with the first one.… Read the rest
Continuing on in the Raspberry Pi as network server journey, I now have an rsyslog server (Pi1) collecting logs from the various networky things. I am using this Log Analyzer as the frontend. It was a royal PiTA to get working, but now that it is up, it was worth it.… Read the rest