[Freedombox-discuss] LetsEncrypt - 4096 certificate option

Pierre L. petrus at miosweb.mooo.com
Sat Jun 24 13:01:46 UTC 2017


(sorry for being soooo late about this topic...)

Now I got it working with 4096 certificate generated by modding this
file, as Daddy wrote before (thx to him!) :
Add the command argument as this : '--rsa-key-size', '4096',
You will be able to find/tune this line in this file

**Before :
def subcommand_obtain(arguments):
        'letsencrypt', 'certonly', '--text', '--agree-tos',
        '--register-unsafely-without-email', '--domain', arguments.domain,

**After :
def subcommand_obtain(arguments):
        'letsencrypt', 'certonly', '--text', '--agree-tos',
'--rsa-key-size', '4096',
        '--register-unsafely-without-email', '--domain', arguments.domain,

ps: don't forget Sunil's GitHub issue, it's still opened...

Le 13/02/2017 à 16:13, Daddy a écrit :
> If that doesn't work, you can look at the way plinth builds the
> command in following file:
> /usr/share/plinth/actions/letsencrypt
> Function subcommand_obtain seems to be responsible for preparation of
> the request and lists the arguments passed.
> Unfortunately, I can't test it, as I get error when requesting
> certificate ("FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
> 'letsencrypt' "; maybe missing dependency).
> D.

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