After receiving the “Action required: Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals” email, I checked and saw that my certbot version is 0.27.1, meaning that I have to upgrade certbot, according to How to stop using TLS-SNI-01 with Certbot .
The Let’s Encrypt installation is on an Amazon Linux 2 server. Is anyone aware of where instructions have been posted on how to accomplish this upgrade, or could anyone be kind enough to explain how this is done?
I don’t use “Amazon Linux 2 server”.
But generally Linux is Linux.
So, have you tried:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
I’m starting to think that I’ll need to do the EPEL version of what you’re suggesting: Help with certbot on the new “Amazon Linux 2”
sudo apt update
Do you use
Yes, on this operating system yum is used and not apt. I think that I will need to update certbot from the EPEL packages, as suggested in the link that I posted in the earlier comment.
Certbot 0.27.1 can be used with http authentication.
So you should try that out before making too many changes.
You can force it with the
[which will test both the client and the path for http correctness]
For anyone who might come across this in the future:
I just needed to execute
sudo yum update certbot
sudo yum install python2-acme
also needed to be executed before the update succeeded. The way to prove that the update was successful is to execute
sudo certbot renew --dry-run
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