Ok, no worries… I’m quite familiar with python so it won’t be very difficult to understand what’s certbot-auto script does… although bash scripting isn’t my forte though hehe. In any case, I’ll try to fully understand how
certbot-auto works first so I won’t mess up when trying to uninstall it… In any case, I hope the official package will work ok with all the files generated by
certbot-auto… it should, right?
Btw, I’ve noticed this last time i’ve run
certbot-auto certificates it autoupgraded automatically, ie:
[root@remote1 bpl.expert]# certbot-auto certificates Upgrading certbot-auto 1.4.0 to 1.5.0... Replacing certbot-auto... Creating virtual environment... Installing Python packages... Installation succeeded. Saving debug log to /var/log/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.log
I mean, probably this
certbot-auto is more than good enough… but i still feel more comfortable installing from packages… so my provisioning scripts are more “robust” in case to add/deploy to new servers.