Generate key on Linux for manual use on Azure

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My domain

I ran this command:openssl …

It produced this output:key.cer or key.pfm

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What exactly is your question? You need a key? Let’s Encrypt doesn’t provide keys. It provides publically valid PKI certificates for TLS servers.

openssl …
That doesn't tell us anything.

That also tells us nothing.

And the title
" Generate key on Linux for manual use on Azure "
Also says little about what the problem is and what you are trying to do.

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