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Solved Can you access the sinusbot web files?

Sorienrot

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I ask this because I have created a subdomain to avoid using the port in the url. I have done all this from Apache with an alias and dns registration.

Subdomain: sinusbot.xxxxx.es >>> xxxx.es:8087

The problem arises is that I want to use the https and to create the certificate I need to put a file on the web to confirm it.

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Sorienrot

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That already works for me, but the problem is to create the letsencrypt certificate, I need to validate it with a file via web.

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Multivitamin

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For this you can use certbot with the standalone flag (on linux), its also capable of detecting on what domain names your webserver is listening to if properly configured and creating certs without actually needing to run apache
 

Sorienrot

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For this you can use certbot with the standalone flag (on linux), its also capable of detecting on what domain names your webserver is listening to if properly configured and creating certs without actually needing to run apache
Thank you very much for the help.

I already managed to do it with this command

certonly --standalone --preferred-challenges http -d sub.domain.com
(The apache server must be stopped temporarily. "Service apache2 restart")

The best around here in case someone has the same problem.
 

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