So I added the path /usr/local/src/letsencrypt/letsencrypt-auto for my lets encrypt client command in Webmin configuration. I was then able to use the Let’s Encrypt menu tab for Managing SSL Certificate for each of my virtual domains by just clicking Request Certificate. Are you going to add an option within the Let’s Encrypt menu to add a schedule to renew the certificates?
For now I am using your example at https://www.virtualmin.com/node/38853 for my cron schedule for each of my virtual domains.
So, did you find the answer yet or if there’s something in the works?
Autorenewal is working with the latest update of webmin / virtualmin.
When you are in the correct option to create a certificate, you can set a number of months for automatic renewal.
The current automatic renewal script has some serious issues. I’d suggest to just use
letsencrypt renew and link to the certs in the
/etc/letsencrypt/live/hostname.domain.tld directory. It’s very easy to set up. Then essentially just call it every now and then (cron-script for example) and it’ll figure out whether or not any certificates in
/etc/letsencrypt need renewal (aka expires in the next 30 days or so). More info here.
know where this script is, or how its executed? im trying to track down why mine isnt being run, or whats going wrong if it is…