Attempting to Install cPanel AutoSSL - No Install Script in Directory

Hi all,

I have got a problem with installing lets encrypt autossl on my server.

I ran this command: # /scripts/install_lets_encrypt_autossl_provider

It produced this output:
-bash: /scripts/install_lets_encrypt_autossl_provider: No such file or directory

I don’t really know what to do as I can’t find out where I can find the directory on my server as I don’t think I do have one. And I can’t find on the internet where I can find the autossl download link from so I could use it via wget to download the file on my server and install it.

My operating system is (include version): CentOs 6.9 (Final)

My web server is (include version): i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

I’m using a control panel to manage my site as the version of the control panel is: 56.0 (build 47)

Can you please help me how I can find the autossl to download it and install it on my server??

Hi @chris0147,

That is saying that you want to run a file from the directory /scripts. How did you choose to use this particular location and command? Did you have some documentation that told you to use it?

Hi @chris0147

Review this article:

AutoSSL is developed by cPanel and having a quick look at their article the command you are using is coming from there. As a future reference if you are following instructions then sharing the link helps community members isolate and investigate.

I don’t know if Benny Vasquez from cPanel is on the LetsEncrypt forums (she may be) however she seems to be owning the development for AutoSSL

I would suggest that you follow this up on the cPANEL forum as it is a cPanel client and initiative.

A possible explanation is below HOWEVER as I am not a cPanel Expert


for posterity should the AutoSSL client be added to the items below?


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