certbot nginx auto-updater (uses nginx plugin for non-wildcard certs)
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Jared Dunbar 323e100052
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This program uses the certbot-nginx package on Arch Linux (and likely other distros) to update the SSL certs from LetsEncrypt, automagically.

The two systemd files are slightly modified and are from https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Certbot#Automatic_renewal

If you want to use this for Apache httpd, you will need to slightly modify it. If you're not using nginx, this won't hlep you. Don't forget to install the certbot-nginx package for your distro.

I wrote the install.sh file myself. You may need to chmod +x install.sh.


  1. Clone the repository
  2. chmod +x install.sh
  3. sudo ./install.sh
  4. Profit. No more worries about ssl certs.