I’m trying to get a certificate running on a govt. domain
Before giving more detailed info, I’d like to ask you the following so maybe I can solve without asking permission to publish domain, etc.
I’ve ssh’ed/rooted to the server with Debian 7 / Apache 2.2.22
Certbot version: 0.31.0
/etc/letsencrypt/bin# ./certbot-auto certonly --no-self-upgrade --no-bootstrap --webroot -w /var/www/www.mydomain/public_html/ -d mydomain -d www.mydomain
The key file on well-known/acme-challenge folder is reachable with curl (and from internet)
But the output from certbot gives an invalid response from mydomain/.well-known/acme-challenge/…E-55A6jDmwDA/
As you can see in this las image, it tries to open a folder , I mean it adds a / at the end and of course it gives 404 because that folder does not exist. In case I could remove that / at the end I guess it should work… right?
PS: I cannot yet upgrade that Debian 7 / Apache 2.2.22 so I had to follow guidelines to downgrade certbot to 0.31.0 so I didn’t get pip problems etc.
I guess I’ll be able to share domain by private
Thanks for any tip you can give me