Certificate expirerarion


#1

I got an email that my certificate will be expire in a few days how do I renew that ?I don’t find anything about this topic


#2

If you didn’t delete all the initial questions you were asked when you opened this topic, we probably could have told you.


#3

Sry what do you mean ? Can you please answer me course I don’t understand much from that


#4

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#5

Ok so my Domain Is
ShadowLP.hopto.org
I use the newest version of rasbian on an raspberry pi 3
Also the newest version of apache2
I have shell access

And now when I run “certbot-Auto renew” it stops at “installing python packages”

Also I got this E-Mail:

"Hello,

Your certificate (or certificates) for the names listed below will expire in
0 days (on 23 Mar 17 13:48 +0000). Please make sure to renew
your certificate before then, or visitors to your website will encounter errors.

shadowlp.hopto.org

For any questions or support, please visit https://community.letsencrypt.org/.
Unfortunately, we can’t provide support by email.
"

I don’t know how to handle with this email
Hope you can help me now


#6

Additionally: I used the certificate about 3 months


#7

Can you post the entire output of certbot-auto renew? You were correct to use that command! But unfortunately, apparently something isn’t going the way it should.


#8

It doesn’t stop actually but it also doesn’t go further yesterday I let it load for about an hour and nothing happend


#9

@bmw @erica @ynasser, any idea why certbot-auto might hang at the “Installing Python packages” step for over an hour? Would we expect extra logs to be available?


#11

Hi @Shadowoli,

This forum uses a style where if you include somebody’s name (with an @), they will get a notification. So in my previous message, I was inviting in some other people into the conversation and asking if they might have an idea. :slight_smile:


#12

there have been a few cases of raspberry pi having issues with python

i am going to take a stab and say because raspbian is a derivative of debian there could be funky things going on there

usually i would use pip install for these sort of things

Andrei


#13

Ok but why dit it worked until today?


#14

Ok solved the problem.
Thanks for the support


#15

Could you tell the community how you solved this problem? Might be helpful for people who come acros this thread through search engines!


#16

[quote=“Ahawe021, post:12, topic:30441, full:false”]
Usually i would use pip install for these sort of things
[/Quote]
The answer was to use pip install for me


#17

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