Message # 31 | 6:49 PM
Hello,

I managed to read the whole topic above.
I am interested in adding a domain name to a current site.ucoz.com i own.

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Let's Encrypt doesn't work in uCoz.


How did Cyberdasm add Let's Encrypt to his domain name on uCoz ?

Thank you !

P.S : You can't do acme-challenge from https://www.sslforfree.com/ in manual mode because uCoz does not allow folders with dot(.) inside file manager !

If you try automatic you get this error :

File Permission or write error. Make sure the directory is correct and the user has write access to the directory. Ask your host if unsure about the directory or try using an FTP client or web FTP if you do not have an FTP client to try finding it out. Current directory is /

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If your hosting provider does not support Let’s Encrypt, you can contact them to request support. We do our best to make it very easy to add Let’s Encrypt support, and providers are often happy to hear suggestions from customers!

If your hosting provider doesn’t want to integrate Let’s Encrypt, but does support uploading custom certificates, you can install Certbot on your own computer and use it in manual mode. In manual mode, you upload a specific file to your website to prove your control. Certbot will then retrieve a certificate that you can upload to your hosting provider. We don’t recommend this option because it is time-consuming and you will need to repeat it several times per year as your certificate expires. For most people it is better to request Let’s Encrypt support from your hosting provider, or switch providers if they do not plan to implement it.

Post edited by Urs - Sunday, 2017-06-18, 8:01 PM