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module:letsyncrypt [2018/03/01 12:21]
digital man old revision restored
module:letsyncrypt [2019/07/17 00:48]
digital man [Setup] Add syntax highlighting
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 If you have multiple domain names, you can have LetSyncrypt put them all in a single certificate,​ even if you have virtual hosts. ​ Edit the ''​[[dir:​ctrl]]/​letsyncrypt.ini''​ file and add a [Domains] section where the key is the hostname, and the value is the web root for that domain: If you have multiple domain names, you can have LetSyncrypt put them all in a single certificate,​ even if you have virtual hosts. ​ Edit the ''​[[dir:​ctrl]]/​letsyncrypt.ini''​ file and add a [Domains] section where the key is the hostname, and the value is the web root for that domain:
  
-<​file>​+<​file ​ini>
 [Domains] [Domains]
 nix.synchro.net=/​sbbs/​web/​root nix.synchro.net=/​sbbs/​web/​root
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 This example has four domains (nix.synchro.net,​ home.bbsdev.net,​ gallery.bbsdev.net,​ and pics.bbsdev.net). ​ The last two are virtual hosts, so have their web root as a subdirectory of the main web root. This example has four domains (nix.synchro.net,​ home.bbsdev.net,​ gallery.bbsdev.net,​ and pics.bbsdev.net). ​ The last two are virtual hosts, so have their web root as a subdirectory of the main web root.
  
-You can specify the ACMEv2 endpoint using the ''​Host''​ and ''​Directory'' ​global ​keys.  ''​Host''​ is the domain name of the ACMEv2 endpoint, and ''​Directory''​ is appended to it to generate the URL that is fetched for the Directory object. ​ You can also indicate that you agree to the Terms of Service by setting TOSAgreed to true.+You can specify the ACMEv2 endpoint using the ''​Host''​ and ''​Directory''​ keys in the [[config:​ini_files#​root_section|root section]].  ''​Host''​ is the domain name of the ACMEv2 endpoint, and ''​Directory''​ is appended to it to generate the URL that is fetched for the Directory object. ​ You can also indicate that you agree to the Terms of Service by setting TOSAgreed to true.
  
-<​file>​ +<​file ​ini
-Host=acme-staging-v02.api.letsencrypt.org+Host=acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org
 Directory=/​directory Directory=/​directory
 TOSAgreed=true TOSAgreed=true
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 ''​%%--tos%%''​ Prints the URL for the Terms of Service. ''​%%--tos%%''​ Prints the URL for the Terms of Service.
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-===== Important Caveat ===== 
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-At present (February 27, 2018), Let's Encrypt does not support ACMEv2 for trusted certificates. ​ The server was expected to go live on February 27, 2018, but it was [[https://​community.letsencrypt.org/​t/​acmev2-and-wildcard-launch-delay/​53654|delayed]]. ​ Once it goes live, letsyncrypt.js will be updated to use the newly announced server (likely acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org). ​ Until then, installed certificates will not be trusted, being issued by the staging server, signed by “Fake LE Intermediate X1”. 
  
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