Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!


Installing and Configuring a Let's Encrypt SSL certificate for Nginx
New on LowEndTalk? Please Register and read our Community Rules.

Comments

  • Where?

  • tommytommy Member

    again?

  • rokokrokok Member

    How about securing your site first and then tech us tutorial?

  • Letsencrypt-auto not work under CentOS 5. For this reason, why Kloxo-MR 7.0 using acme.sh beside letsencrypt-auto to produce ssl certificate.

  • AmitzAmitz Member

    So you are just throwing a link to your own website at us?
    How boring.

  • Too bad nginx.com doesn't have a comprehensive guide on how to use letsencrypt with their own web server.

    Oh wait... https://www.nginx.com/blog/free-certificates-lets-encrypt-and-nginx/

  • LeoGLeoG Member

    @wwabbit said:
    Too bad nginx.com doesn't have a comprehensive guide on how to use letsencrypt with their own web server.

    Oh wait... https://www.nginx.com/blog/free-certificates-lets-encrypt-and-nginx/

    That's not upated the new client is called certbot and is available via eff.org I was confused reading all the articles as to which client should be used. I guess that article needs to updated

  • LeoGLeoG Member

    @rokok said:
    How about securing your site first and then tech us tutorial?

    Done

  • @Amitz said:
    So you are just throwing a link to your own website at us?
    How boring.

    And just in case the OP is not aware...the links are "nofollow"

  • tommytommy Member

    globalRegisters said: And just in case the OP is not aware...the links are "nofollow"

    he don't care he'll post another 'tutorial' soon

  • rokokrokok Member

    This kind of link only to external site must be banned from LET !

  • LeoGLeoG Member

    @globalRegisters said:

    @Amitz said:
    So you are just throwing a link to your own website at us?

    How boring.

    And just in case the OP is not aware...the links are "nofollow"

    I am not here for the dofollow, I am here to share my knowledge, I have shared the same link on reddit/r/sysadmin as well where many sysadmins are subscribed and they were apreciative of me sharing my knowledge so i am not sure what the problem is in sharing my link which contains an actual tutorial not spam

  • ATHKATHK Member
    edited June 2016

    I prefer the DigitalOcean one for Ubuntu 14.04 nice and simple to read and follow, like all their tutorials really.

    @jarland tell the team I really appricate the effort :)

    Thanked by 1jar
  • NomadNomad Member

    @LeoG said:

    @globalRegisters said:

    @Amitz said:
    So you are just throwing a link to your own website at us?

    How boring.

    And just in case the OP is not aware...the links are "nofollow"

    I am not here for the dofollow, I am here to share my knowledge, I have shared the same link on reddit/r/sysadmin as well where many sysadmins are subscribed and they were apreciative of me sharing my knowledge so i am not sure what the problem is in sharing my link which contains an actual tutorial not spam

    I've seen that there.
    Though this is no reddit. Just sharing an url is not appreciated here.

    Share the tutorial with a link at the bottom to your post, that's OK.

    Share only the url and you're the perfect bash material. Nobody likes hit n runners.

  • LeoGLeoG Member

    @Nomad said:

    @LeoG said:

    @globalRegisters said:

    @Amitz said:
    So you are just throwing a link to your own website at us?

    How boring.

    And just in case the OP is not aware...the links are "nofollow"

    I am not here for the dofollow, I am here to share my knowledge, I have shared the same link on reddit/r/sysadmin as well where many sysadmins are subscribed and they were apreciative of me sharing my knowledge so i am not sure what the problem is in sharing my link which contains an actual tutorial not spam

    I've seen that there.
    Though this is no reddit. Just sharing an url is not appreciated here.

    Share the tutorial with a link at the bottom to your post, that's OK.

    Share only the url and you're the perfect bash material. Nobody likes hit n runners.

    Alright I will keep that in mind from next time.

  • AmitzAmitz Member

    @LeoG said:
    Alright I will keep that in mind from next time.

    That's the spirit! :-)

  • Thanks, its my needed

Sign In or Register to comment.