How to force Apache 2.4 (httpd) to read fullchain.pem? certbot seems to work but I have an https:// issue X86_64 GNU/Linux (Linux 2 AMI)

Ok so I don't see the error now. This is good.
Definitely a difference!

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:smiley: :grinning: :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:
SO GREAT!
THANKS!

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Jan probably missed the sudo . (and I didn't think of it)

Thanks @Osiris

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Ok @OnEarth ,
Where to go from here?
I'm not seeing any images, looks like your site is based completely on a script that is wrapped in html.
I won't be able to help you fix that, but there are a couple other things you could do to "tighten things up a bit".
Please let us know if your are satisfied at this point or want to continue to tweak some more. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Before the last time I ran sudo apachectl -S, I did not forgot sudo (I think) but after running

certbot --redirect --uir

I did forgot to restart apache, I don't know it it had any impact on the output of:

sudo apachectl -S

Thank you @Osiris

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Rip,

I would be very glad to "tighten things up a bit", let me know what I need to do.

It's getting late in France, I'll be back tomorrow.

My site is a React App with Stripe payment method, I will fix the issue with the images.

Thank you again, all of you, for your help and for your patience,
Jan

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