Archive for December, 2015

Upgrading to Fedora 23 on OpenVZ

TL;DR: Run dnf –releasever 23 distro-sync instead of dnf system-upgrade on OpenVZ systems I run Fedora on my servers almost exclusively. This means I usually fall behind in upgrading to the latest release, leading me to wonder why I don’t just go with the latest version of CentOS. Then I have lovely cases where CentOS gets horribly […]

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Let’s not Encrypt on CentOS5

TL;DR – Let’s Encrypt requires a newer version of OpenSSL than CentOS 5 has installed. Unless you want to pass around with compiling OpenSSL yourself, don’t try it.

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Let’s Encrypt ALL THE THINGS

Got my first domain using a cert from Let’s Encrypt in under ~10 minutes, including setting up Let’s Encrypt itself. Yes, this is rather game changing. Now to write ansible playbooks around it, and figure out how to get it working for proxied domains automatically.

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