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From "@lbutlr" <krem...@kreme.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Ache 2.4 and LetsEncrypt
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2016 16:16:59 GMT
After setting up lets encrypt on my server and running it I end up with the following files:

$ ls -nls
total 48
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  1854 Mar  4 23:38 cert-1457159890.csr
0 -rw-------  1 443  443     0 Mar  4 23:38 cert-1457159890.pem
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  1854 Mar  5 05:06 cert-1457179567.csr
0 -rw-------  1 443  443     0 Mar  5 05:06 cert-1457179567.pem
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  1854 Mar 12 04:35 cert-1457782552.csr
0 -rw-------  1 443  443     0 Mar 12 04:35 cert-1457782552.pem
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  3243 Mar  4 23:38 privkey-1457159890.pem
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  3243 Mar  5 05:06 privkey-1457179567.pem
8 -rw-------  1 443  443  3247 Mar 12 04:35 privkey-1457782552.pem

As you can see, the cert…pem files are 0 bytes.

I have not gotten the last step I need to take in order to attach these certs to apache so
I can switch over to https. Trying to link to the csr files didn’t seem to work, so I am
doing something wrong.

I am using the lets encrypt.sh port from FreeBSD postmaster (since letsenrypt still isn’t
quite native on FreeBSD).

Anyone have some pointers or an RTFM link?

-- 
Nihil est--in vita priore ego imperator Romanus fui.


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