Can't download file in


I can not using sudo wget because running 404 not found, is the first time can not download.

Can someone help me please? I cannot install a new certificate without this command

Kind regards

Certbot-auto has been deprecated for some time now and has been deleted from the original repository. So it only makes sense that it was removed from too.

Please use any of the other installation methods available.


Ok thanks a lot.

i use this commands for installation in Amazon AWS lightsails:
sudo mkdir /opt/bitnami/letsencrypt
cd /opt/bitnami/letsencrypt
sudo wget
sudo chmod a+x ./certbot-auto
sudo apt-get install certbot
sudo certbot certonly

can you give me new command for sudo wget please?

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You shouldn't be using certbot with a Bitnami stack anyway to be honest.

Please see Using Bitnami? Please see Bitnami's documentation!

I see there also is an "official" Lightsail guide which actually does use certbot, but it does not use certbot-auto: Tutorial: Using Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates with your WordPress instance in Amazon Lightsail | Lightsail Documentation I don't know if that guide is applicable though, as it's specific for a "Wordpress" Lightsail instance (or something like that). However, in the top right corner there are two "Related Articles" regarding Lightsail, Let's Encrypt and Apache or nginx.

In any case, all of these guides are terrible, as they involve manual steps to renew the certificate, which is not the recommended, "Let's Encrypt" way, which is automation to the max. However, that's probably due to the horrendous nature of Bitnami...

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I suggest you look at Certbot - Otherpip Apache ... I've used these instructions to install on my Lightsail instances with great success.

I'm using Amazon Linux 1 though.

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@fallingrock Do you also have a Bitnami stack, as @FabrizioSaturno does?

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No, but I find the pip install seems to work well regardless of distro.

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@fallingrock The issue is that Bitnami isn't a distro, but custom garbagesoftware using very on-orthodox and non-standard stuff for regular items like Apache. Therefore, the regular recommendations are most likely not suitable and could lead to trouble.

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