Yes I fixed it with a very easy approach.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
service nginx stop
service nginx start
---- This are the steps I took to find the solution…
Not really. Tried the following and it successfully removed the Let’s Encrypt config. Can’t reinstall it though.
Code to reproduce:
- cd /var/www/[put domain here]/conf/nginx
- mv ssl.conf ssl.conf.bkp
- mv letsencrypt/ letsencrypt-bkp
- ee site update [put domain here] --le=off
- ee site update [put domain here] --le=on
Last command results in the following error:
sudo ee site update muehl.io --le=on
Letsencrypt is currently in beta phase.
Do you wish to enable SSl now for muehl.io?
Type "y" to continue [n]:y
Please Wait while we fetch SSL Certificate for your site.
It may take time depending upon network.
Unable to setup, Let's Encrypt
Please make sure that your site is pointed to
same server on which you are running Let's Encrypt Client
to allow it to verify the site automatically.
The builtin command of Let’s Encrypt doesn’t work either
/opt/letsencrypt/letsencrypt-auto renew just intsalls a bunch of ap-get packages.
after running sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade the builtin command worked:
new certificate deployed without reload, fullchain is /etc/letsencrypt/live/muehl.io/fullchain.pem
After cert renewal need to
service nginx restart