I’ve achieved a much higher level of ignorance!
I have SSH, opened a PuTTY session w dual keys.
./certbot-auto and ./certbot-auto --apache
give the same error:
“sudo” is not available, will use “su” for installation steps…
** Sorry, I don’t know how to bootstrap Certbot on your operating system!
You will need to install OS dependencies, configure virtualenv, and run pip install manually. Please see https://letsencrypt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/contributing.html#prerequisites for more info.
Then tried w getSSL:
[pcmhrdzd@server122 ~]$ curl --silent https://raw.githubusercontent.com/srvrco/getssl/master/getssl > getssl ; chmod 700 getssl
[pcmhrdzd@server122 ~]$ ./getssl -c www.PCMHpcc.com
getssl: this script requires one of: nslookup drill dig host
WGET works, as did curl; YUM does not.
Then tried acme.sh which ALMOST worked- but got
Verify error:Invalid response from http://www.pcmhpcc.com/.well-known/acme-challenge/
I tried several times, w same error, sent a log to the author.
Other than that there were no errors, so Acme.sh is probably my best bet.
Here’s what’s on the server:
Codeguard: included to all shared plans, more details can be found here
cURL: 7.37.1 and 7.38.0
CXS: installed on all shared servers
SEO: included to all shared packages; more information can be found in this article
Imagick module: 3.1.2 (3.4.3 for ‘native’ PHP version)
IonCube PHP Loader: 4.6.1
Mod_Security: enabled, more details can be found here
MySQL (for older servers): 5.5.32
MariaDB (for newer servers): 10.1.13
NOTE: We are currently performing hosting accounts transfer to the newer servers. Thus, all the accounts will be using MariaDB instead of MySQL in the nearest future.
Mysqli Support: enabled
PHP: 5.4.43 (5.4 native), 5.3.29 (5.3 native) with 5.2 - 5.6, 7.0 available, more details can be found here
PHP modules: full list of PHP modules and extensions can be found here
ZendGuard Loader: 3.3