Greetings, first post.
CentOS v6.7 comes with Python 2.6.6 and hence when i try and run with -auto command it spits out some errors that im using an old version of Python and that i should upgrade to v 2.7 however i have been told by my hosting company that they already installed Python2.7.6 and i can confirm its installed with the command line \Python2.7
However when i run the letsencrypt command line to setup with auto command it still says im using Python old version.
The host has said that they do not recommend to override Python entirely on the server as it may cause other Cpanel or WHM script issues running.
So i guess my question is, is there a way via the Letsencrypt command line to specify the path of which Python to run, this way i can specify the 2.7 path and it should not complain anymore ???
Thats what im thinking anyway.
The reason i want to get this working properly is because i also want to use the --apache command line so i can automate everything, at the moment i need to manually run the following command every 90 days and i do not see it as a viable thing to do with several domains.
./letsencrypt-auto certonly --server https://acme-v01.api.letsencrypt.org/directory --debug
Any help would be most appreciated. The goal is to automate it via a cron job eventually.