How do I get the certifications in
private.key instead of
mup to deploy my
meteor app onto a server running
.crt instead of
.pem to run the app on https.
standalone mode and a fresh install via
The why and where is explained
here and here
You should try what bmw wrote on GitHub.
Different people have different habits about what to call files, but it’s probably all the same thing.
.crt” try using letsencrypt’s “
private.key” try using letsencrypt’s “
I don’t use Meteor, but that also seems to be endorsed by these two guides, at least:
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public’s benefit (according to their own words). In…
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the nginx config of my mup uses
an absolute filename for the certs thus I cant use fullchain.pem as a filename. also I tried it and it doesnt work. I also tried renaming the files.
@FinnFrotscher, could you use the absolute path to it on your system, like
turns out to be a mistake on my side in using mup.
I assumed the ssl config would be done on
It actually happens on
mup setup which I did not do. now that I did… it works.
this is the object I use.
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