Submitted by sergeesteves on Fri, 07/28/2017 - 11:59
I need to generate a ssl certifcate from a CSR that someone give to me, with let's encrypt. it's for a subdomain (sub.maindomain.com) that i own but this subdomain has a A cname to another server that don't belong to me. I want to run a cloud app on this subdomain. Also, i'v already a ssl certificate for my main domain (maindomain.com).
how do i do that ?
Maybe it's not possible with let's encrypt module inside virtualmin but in command shell it's surely possible i guess ?
Thanks to help me
Submitted by andreychek on Fri, 07/28/2017 - 20:09 Comment #1
Howdy -- there's unfortunately not a supported way to do that from within Virtualmin.
You may be able to manually do that from the command line, if that's something it supports, though I don't personally know the specifics on how to do that.
Webmin/Virtualmin uses the tool "/usr/share/webmin/webmin/acme_tiny.py" for generating Let's Encrypt certificates, there's documentation on using it here:
What you'd need to do is replace the ssl.cert, ssl.key, and possibly the ssl.ca files within the user's homedir with any certificates you generate.