So I got the e-mail with this subject: “Action required: Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals” .
After jumping through a few links I found what looks like the essential info:
“All most users need to do is make sure your Certbot installation is up-to-date and test and configure automatic renewal for the updated version of Certbot. You can find instructions for how to do this at https://certbot.eff.org. You need Certbot version 0.28.0 or newer. You can check which version you have installed by running Certbot with the --version flag.”
…except the link just takes me to the certbot front page. Certbot --version gives me 0.10.2, and apt-get update&upgrade doesn’t update certbot.
I’m using Debian 9. I’m a Linux newbie, so I’m confused at this point. I don’t want to spend many hours learning Linux and Cerbot just to keep using the https I already had working just fine. Installing certbot was delightfully easy and straightforward, but now the update suddenly seems all confusing and mysterious. Is there a newbie-friendly solution?