Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate without root or sudo privileges

UPDATE!

Post has moved to https://manios.org/2016/07/12/lets-encrypt-ssl-certificate-without-root-or-sudo-privileges

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4 Responses to Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate without root or sudo privileges

  1. Terry Riegel says:

    Except you were able to restart apache… that requires root privledges.

  2. citbaby says:

    The letsencrypt.sh script is now called dehydrated and has no config stuff… I’m kind of stuck :/

    • citbaby says:

      However, I managed to get them from docs folder… But still when I navigate to httpd.conf it’s owned by root and I have no access to it

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