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My domain is: ai.update.team
I ran this command: sudo certbot certonly --cert-name ai.update.team --key-type rsa --webroot -w /var/www/html -d ai.update.team -d ai.update.team -d update.solutions -d update.solutions
There are a couple of "things" that make that request less than optimal:
the request is for an RSA cert
the current cert uses ECDSA: Key Type: ECDSA
that is not a problem - the problem is that you are requesting the exact same cert name --cert-name ai.update.team
should this request succeed, it would replace/delete the current cert with that exact same name: Certificate Name: ai.update.team
the request asks for four names: -d ai.update.team -d ai.update.team -d update.solutions -d update.solutions
but both names are repeated twice
...so, that should be only two names: -d ai.update.team -d update.solutions
can not install certbot from snap I got : system does not fully support snapd: cannot mount squashfs image using "squashfs": mount:
/tmp/syscheck-mountpoint-726408326: mount failed: Operation not permitted.
so I installed with apt-get simply, so the version is old...