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1) You typically not use ssh-keygen for ssl certificates and You do not create a key-pair but a key and a csr (certificate signing request) where the latter contains the public key with the help of typically openssl (but the RSA key created with ssh-keygen could also be used as private key for an x509 cert) 2) If You want to use letsencrypt You normally ...

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