Tiny error in message from LetsDebug.net

Let's Debug tells me:

No valid A or AAAA records could be ultimately resolved for webcam.mba.ac.uk. This means that Let's Encrypt would not be able to to connect to your domain to perform HTTP validation, since it would not know where to connect to.

This is completely true—my DNS is b0rked, and webcam.mba.ac.uk is a CNAME to a domain only resolvable on the local network!—but "would not be able to to …" has more "to"s than needed :slight_smile:

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Thanks for taking the effort to report this! LetsDebug is developed by a fellow Community member and it's open source. Do you have a Github account? If so, you could fix and open a PR on the repository. You can find the error here: letsdebug/http01.go at 4f8a5def6360949bf1be174557f5bfdfc94bd0d0 · letsdebug/letsdebug · GitHub

Edit: Already made a PR: Fix duplicate "to" in error message by osirisinferi · Pull Request #28 · letsdebug/letsdebug · GitHub :slight_smile: Pokes @alexzorin :stuck_out_tongue:

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That account was only a temporary account he used while on vacation some time ago. You need to poke @_az instead.

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Ah, confusing :roll_eyes: Ah well, all fixed now. :slight_smile:

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