DeprecationWarning: signer and verifier have been deprecated./UPD: Cert installed, https won't work

Hi!

Nothing happens. https-sites still not working. And same message in the apache error_log as above (just in case).

@aqwed11, it is really weird. If you can upload the conf files I could try to recreate your configuration in a Centos 6.9 Virtual Machine.

Just use this command as root:

tar zcvf communityLE.tar.gz /etc/letsencrypt/options-ssl-apache.conf /etc/httpd/

And upload the file communityLE.tar.gz to some public site.

Cheers,
sahsanu

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Messaged link to tar to you.

Solution (thanks to @sahsanu)

1. Modify conf/httpd.conf file

Replace this line:

NameVirtualHost 217.170.72.27

with these two lines:

NameVirtualHost 217.170.72.27:80
NameVirtualHost 217.170.72.27:443

2. Modify conf.d/domain.conf file:

Replace this line:
<VirtualHost 217.170.72.27>

with this one:
<VirtualHost 217.170.72.27:80>

3. Modify conf.d/domain-le-ssl.conf file:

Remove/comment these lines:
<IfModule mod_ssl.c>

and
</IfModule>

The IfModule directive should work as expected but it doesn’t. mod_ssl is being used but the IfModule seems that is not detecting it so this conf file is not being loaded so.

4. Restart Apache.

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