Get Up and Running with LetsEncrypt.org Certificates on CentOS 6 and nginx

If you don’t have git installed, use Yum to install it. Stop nginx, if it’s running. LetsEncrypt needs to bind to port 80 and/or 443 to verify your web server. Switch to root and git clone the letsencrypt repository. Now cd to letsencrypt and run letsencrypt-auto. You’ll be greeted with several questions, first to enter […]