You should look in the
/etc/letsencrypt/live directory. You’ll probably find one directory: the first domain you specified with
-d on the initial command line invocation of the LE client. That’s probably
ordbok.gratis when I look at your first post in this thread.
Did you correctly set all the version numbers of the software in the generator? I.e., you’ve got an Apache version below 2.4.8? If that is indeed the case, you should point
SSLCertificateFile to the
cert.pem you’ve found in
privkey.pem. If you won’t be doing any client certificate authentication (which probably is the case), you can delete
As you’ve generated one certificate for all three domains, you can just repeat the same
SSLCertificate... directives (i.e.: with the same file names), because this one certificate is valid for all domains.
By the way: I see you didn’t adopted the
SSLProtocol parts of the Mozilla SSL Generator? And also not the OCSP part (if your Apache is recent enough that is, otherwise the generator won’t show it anyway…) Is this on purpose? It’s probably wise to enter your used version number of Apache and OpenSSL, choose one of the “Modern”, “Intermediate” or “Old” compatibility settings (you can see the supported OS and browser versions change if you change the compatibility setting on the fly) and take over the
SSLHonorCipherOrder on is always a good thing.