I don’t have a problem obtaining a certificate, but rather I’m looking to see if this is possible…
I am running this command:
./acme.sh --issue --accountemail "firstname.lastname@example.org" --dns dns_dreamhost -d mydomain.com --cert-file "/path/to/server/cert.pem" --key-file "/path/to/server/key.pem"
This is successfully issuing a certificate using DNS-01 with my DreamHost API Key. It really couldn’t have been simpler.
We’re running 4D Web Server, and it is looking for the key.pem and cert.pem files in that path. This is working fine. The problem that I just realized existed was that the cert.pem didn’t have the Intermediate Certificate chained to it. I manually added the contents of the intermediate file after the contents of the cert.pem file and it works fine and now validates.
It it possible for the command line to chain these for me and copy to the paths currently in my command?
If it matters, I’m running this on macOS.
I believe I tried using the full chain cert only in the 4D server path and it didn’t work.