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27-Mar-2018, 07:53

I have an apache Webserver and want to use letsencrypt for https. I already tried alot but everytime I try to get the certificate with the letsencrypt-auto file it says
"Sorry, I don’t know how to bootstrap Certbot on your operating system! You will need to install OS dependencies, configure virtualenv, and run pip install manually.
Please see https://letsencrypt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/contributing.html#prerequisites for more info."

I tried like this https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/how-to-set-up-letsencrypt-on-opensuse-13-2-tutorial/5580

I use SLES 12 SP2, apache 2.4, python 2.7

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02-Apr-2018, 05:30

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02-Apr-2018, 05:45
Could you show us your actual output from each step? openSUSE 13.x is a
fair bit older than SLES 12, so there may be some modifications needed to
get everything going.

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09-Apr-2018, 18:24
You might want to have a look at acme.sh (https://github.com/Neilpang/acme.sh) - it's the ACME client protocol done all in a bash script. I've had no issues running it under SLES 12 SP3.