SSL is not issued




What’s wrong?

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re issue at your primary domain
then issue as hostname ssl

I didn’t understand.
I don’t use a domain
My domain
And I can’t issue at least a regular SSL for it.
As soon as I issue a regular SSL, I will make a hostname.


Did you find the below code in earlier posts? Please run the code as root and post the output / fix the issue directly yourself :slight_smile: .

  1. sudo su -

  2. /root/ --issue -d -d --cert-file /etc/letsencrypt/live/ --key-file /etc/letsencrypt/live/ --fullchain-file /etc/letsencrypt/live/ -w /home/ --force --debug`

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No, I haven’t found this method before, thank you.

Here’s what I found.
The file is in the site directory:

But the page shows a 404 error:

Are we close to solving this mystical story?

There is no file in the site directory .htaccess

For the test, I uploaded 2 more files:

/public_html/.well-known/test.jpeg - 200 OK
/public_html/.well-known/acme-challenge/test.jpeg - 404 Error

So, there seems to be an error in the acme-challenge folder.
I deleted the folder manually.

Then I started issuing the certificate through the console again.
Now another error has occurred:

Some kind of problem with the domain :thinking:

Hell, that’s what happened in Cloudflare.
The www. domain was proxied :scream:

To make everything beautiful, I removed the site from the panel altogether and added it again.
Yes, SSL is ready.
Thanks gwnmikedus!

The code from the previous message allowed to debug.


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