olivier2553 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 04:28:54 UTC 2017
I was looking at that problem exactly 3 months ago.
I have installed acme.sh (from Git I think) and written some script
around it to do an automatic renewal, check that everything is OK,
install the new certificate where it is expected and eventually
restart the service.
While acme automates that for Apache, I have certificates for Postfix
Courrier, OpenLdap, FreeRadius... that needed their own automation.
And why 3 months? Because today was the first time the autoupdate did
run after the first certificates were about to expire.
The script is available (but dirty, all hard encoded, etc. :)
On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 2:40 AM, Andre Goree <andre at drenet.net> wrote:
> So how is everyone going about configuring letsencrypt on FreeBSD? It would
> seem that multiple ports that used to exist for this very purpose are no
> longer in the repos (letskencrypt, py-letsencrypt), so tutorials I'm finding
> (and even letskencrypt, which is still in the FreeBDS wiki) aren't much
> Thanks in advance.
> Andre Goree
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