Issue while creating certificate


#1

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My domain is: alexandria.intare.es

I ran this command:
php bin/acme setup --server letsencrypt --email intaregames@gmail.com

php bin/acme issue --domains alexandria.intare.es --path /home//public_html/alexandria_html --server letsencrypt

It produced this output: It returs nothing, not even an error

My hosting provider, if applicable, is: hostinger

I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): yes

Time ago I did it with another subdomain wit no problem following this steps (The ones I’m following now): https://www.hostinger.com/tutorials/ssl/how-to-install-free-ssl-from-lets-encypt-on-shared-hosting, but my certificate renewal didn’t happen so I’m trying to generate another one but it doesn’t work, neither to create certificates for a new subdomains.

Also, do I need to uninstall or delete the old alexandria certificate to create the new one? (Still I can’t create for other subdomains as I said)

Thank you in advance.


#2

Should that have double slash ?

Difinitely NOT.
Deleting certs won’t fix anything and may makes matters worse.


#3

no, srry, it’s supposed to be /home/my_ssh_username_here/public_html/


#4

Please show the acme file location:
find / -name acme


#5

/home/my_ssh_username_here/acme-client/vendor/kelunik/acme
/home/my_ssh_username_here/acme-client/bin/acme
/home/my_ssh_username_here/.cache/composer/files/kelunik/acme

´and after this a lot of permission dennied, mostly in var/lib/mysql


#6

Try:
cd /home/my_ssh_username_here/acme-client/bin/
php ./acme setup --server letsencrypt --email intaregames@gmail.com
php ./acme issue --domains alexandria.intare.es --path /home//public_html/alexandria_html --server letsencrypt


#7

same result :frowning: I wrote it with my ssh username after /home/ though


#8

I would reinstall it.
And talk with your host provider about it.

[edit]
Hostinger has LE certs through cPanel and also now advertise Lifetime LE SSL certs for one time $11.95 setup price.
[which may be competing with the do-it-yourself method]


#9

I have one Lifetime LE hired, I’m did the rest manually, so… if I reinstall maybe I would lose the lifetime one? also… how can I reinstall it? is there a guide or something?


#10

Only Hostinger can answer those questions.


#11

okey! thank you very much!


#12

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