I’m trying to install Let’s Encrypt for the website that is on clousite hosting on liquidweb. I started following the steps here: https://help.liquidweb.com/s/article/Installingt-s-Encrypt-SSL-in-Cloud-Sites?name=Installingt-s-Encrypt-SSL-in-Cloud-Sites&fromCase=1
While trying to install certbot I went to https://certbot.eff.org/ and selected Apache on Web Hosting Service. I just ran certbot-auto in the terminal on my imac OSX v10.11.6 and recieved the warning below about macOS being depreciated. Liquidweb support wasn’t sure how to resolve the issue so I’m asking here in hopes that someone can direct me to the right way to install certbot. I’m not well versed in this so very specific instructions would be helpful.
My domain is: http://99buckswebdesign.com
I ran this command: I just ran certbot-auto in the terminal on my imac OSX v10.11.6
It produced this output: WARNING: certbot-auto support for this macOS is DEPRECATED!
Please visit certbot.eff.org to learn how to download a version of
Certbot that is packaged for your system. While an existing version
of certbot-auto may work currently, we have stopped supporting updating
system packages for your system. Please switch to a packaged version
as soon as possible.
My web server is (include version): liquidweb.com
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version):
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: liquidweb.com clousites
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): yes