I've got letsencrypt setup on an AWS server using Apache VirtualHosts, now I'm trying to do the same on another AWS instance which will only be serving the one site.
I'm using https://github.com/srvrco/getssl to try and generate my SSL keys.
Generated config in the first instances with getssl which created files under /root/.getssl/domainname as expected and configs look similar baring domain name differences to those generated in my vHosts server.
# getssl -f domain.com Registering account Verify each domain Verifying domain.com domain.com is already validated Verifying www.domain.com www.domain.com is already validated Verification completed, obtaining certificate. Certificate saved in /root/.getssl/domain.com/domain.com.crt The intermediate CA cert is in /root/.getssl/domain.com/chain.crt copying domain certificate to /etc/ssl/domain.com.crt copying private key to /etc/ssl/domain.com.key reloading SSL services Stopping httpd: [ OK ] Starting httpd: [ OK ] getssl: domain.com - certificate obtained but certificate on server is different from the new certificate
Now in my vhosts server I created .conf files for each domain, which each contain :
Do I need to do something to add the equivalent config to my http.conf file in the single domain setup?