kandi X-RAY | certbot Summary
kandi X-RAY | certbot Summary
Certbot is EFF's tool to obtain certs from Let's Encrypt and (optionally) auto-enable HTTPS on your server. It can also act as a client for any other CA that uses the ACME protocol.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle a renew request
- Append item to the end of the list
- Replaces the renewable cert
- Coerce inbound list
- Example application
- Update a registration
- Sends a received RPC request
- Deactivate a registration
- Install the certificate
- Delete the cert storage
- Enhance configuration
- Deletes a TX record
- Set up certonly
- Enable a module
- Show account details
- Build a snap build
- Set OCSP directive for the given vhost
- Update an account
- Return an Address instance from a string
- Deploy autohsts for any vhost
- Update AutoHSTS enabled for the specified domain
- Create a new lineage
- Enable redirect
- Adds a new TXT record
- Register an account
- Main entry point
certbot Key Features
certbot Examples and Code Snippets
args: - |- -c import time while True: print('.') time.sleep(5)
FROM larssb/certbot-dns-cloudflare-python3 LABEL author="https://github.com/larssb" # # Container config #
Trending Discussions on certbot
I get a 404 Not Found nginx/1.18.0 (Ubuntu) error when I look up my domain without having www in the domain name I searched. It finds nginx so it obviously finds my server but I can't find someone not being able to load gunicorn just without www. My name servers all points to the write ip address the ones with my domain name on the left are where I've either left it blank or put @ in the field. I've gone through the guides I've used to make sure I've done every step is there some config I might've messed up?
My error logs in
/var/log/nginx don't show anything relevant and neither do my logs at the
/var/log/webapp so I can't figure out why gunicorn wouldn't bee loading without www
I found it might have to do with my config file in nginx itself so here is my
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 02:41
So if you look here they do everything in seperate server blocks. I'm uncomfortable with the differences between their code and mine and I don't fully understand what the differences mean so any comments or other answers would be helpful, BUT this should fix it for you following the format of your file. Just add it to the bottom
I am trying to create a test server with an EOL set up -
I am trying to install
certbot-auto 1.9.0. I understand this is EOL and really shouldn't be used. However, we do have servers which are still using it successfully with little issues.
When I am trying to install
certbot-auto 1.9.0 I am receiving the following error. Is there anyway to get around this issue?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 12:54
This was working when testing out the app. When i switched the DNS over to the server and then added SSL cert, signalR stopped working (my chat). I presume it's to do with the proxy now redirecting to port 443. The rest of the website works, just not its' chat functionality....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 12:46
So, turns out that when Certbot edited the config, it added an extra unncessary
}. and that's all that was breaking it. The config was broken and was serving a cached state. So i was viewing the website via https:// but was trying to make a websocket connection on port 80, and was failing because it was unsecure.
I have a Flask back end that is functional without using uwsgi and nginx. I'm trying to deploy it on an EC2 instance with its front-end.
No matter what I do, I can't reach the back-end. I opened all the ports for testing purposes but that does not help.
Here's my uwsgi ini file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-05 at 12:14
My guess is that url is not in proper form
Ii'm having a hard time figuring out how to
proxypass into a
nodejs container from a
seems to me that
http://localhost:3000 would fall inside the
nginx container...so I thought this setup would make sense:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-05 at 00:35
To allow communication between containers you need to setup a shared networks, e.g. in .yaml (this can be done as well as on ci, report in .yaml only for sake of code):
I've recently begun trying to Dockerize my services and I'm to the point of Dockerizing everything that already has an image built. Now I'm trying to build an image for facileManager (FM) which doesn't yet have one. I've got it mostly working but I'm having an issue when running it behind Nginx. FM is normally an apache-php app and doesn't include install instructions for Nginx. What I've noticed with my container/image is that it works ok when I connect directly to it through a published port but if I try to connect to it through Nginx it errors out complaining about the .htaccess file not working. I'm not an expert in either Apache or Nginx so I did my Googleing but didn't come up with much beyond Wordpress having a similar issue with it's "pretty urls" so I'm hoping someone here can give a hand.
First here is the Github repo for the app: https://github.com/WillyXJ/facileManager/tree/ea159f5f6112727de8422c552aa05b6682aa4d79/server
The .htaccess file specifically is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 07:21
- include $request_uri in your proxy pass
- provide a resolver in your proxy location block
- declare an entry for your container in Docker's network stack
- use all lower case in your service name
Below is the configuration file I use to reverse proxy through to a Ubiquiti Unifi container. All my certbot is handled off site so I need not consider that here. If you compare our location blocks, the issue will likely become immediately apparent, but I'll explain for clarity's sake.
What you need to look at is your Proxy Pass directive. This is of course where the magic proxying happens. I notice that you have not been including the $request_uri, so any request nginx receives for
bound.example.com/testpage1, it will send a request to the upstream apache server for
bound.example.com. Of course if you need to include a port, as I have done here
8443, this is the place to do it also.
If you include this variable, it should resolve your problem.
The following does not answer your question, but I thought I would include it also just as some helpful information.
Also, I just want to note that I have included a resolver. The IP address 127.0.0.11 points to Docker's internal DNS resolver. Chances are you won't need to include this, however I did so myself to ensure I didn't get odd problems. Lastly, I'd just like to recommend that you look into upgrading your SSL settings, to ensure that you are safe from attacks from weaker SSL / TLS versions.
I expect that adding the variable $request_uri to your proxy pass directive is all that is required to get your site working.
I am currently deploying my django app on a server AWS Lightsail Debian 10.8. It's working fine with http. So I wnated to turn my app into HTTPS and getting an SSL certificate. I followed 2 tutorials about it :
Once all these steps done nothing works anymore even in HTTP, the site isn't accessible... Here is the config file in /etc/nginx/sites-available....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 16:13
Before you run the commands in certbot, make sure you have the following in your Nginx:
I used LetsEncrypt's certbot to generate the cert and key pems:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 03:41
Thanks @Saif for that link. I did:
I have Django server which uses WebSockets to send real time updates to web clients. This is all running perfectly fine locally (with
manage.py runserver), but in production I am running into the problem that most messages are simply not sent at all. I test this by opening two browsers, making a change in one, which should then be reflected in the other browser. Like I said, this all works locally, but not in production. In production some WebSocket messages are sent by the server and received by the web client, but maybe 20% or so? The rest is just not sent at all.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 03:19
You need to add new location to serve your websocket resources in nginx configuration. Change your consumer route to something like
Trying to figure out how I could setup NGINX to serve several sites on the same host, with subfolder unified config.
trying to have
mydomain.com/red serving 2 different NodeJS websites.
So far I did this :
2 configs, which are in
sites-availables with symlink in
they both have the same config, unless for the upstream, where I change the name and the port....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-17 at 07:50
Finally fixed the issue.
The problem is that I had 2 conf, both with the same domain, each of them had their own server block.
Had to put all subfolders location directives in an unique server block, instead of one per site.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use certbot like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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