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3 Responses

  1. Sandra Gutierrez says:

    Hi, thanks for the tutorial. It is great. I am using Freebsd 11.1 and this command did not work for me:

    # certbot certonly --standalone -d -d

    it returned no match

    However, certbot alone did work and took me through all the steps above. It also gave me the option to secure all my domains. I entered yes, and everything else worked just like above.

    Thanks again.

  2. tehfink says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I think ‘–strandalone‘ is incorrect?

  3. goab says:

    ! Step 4- 13, we can see your domain!

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