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Client keeps trying to reinstall when run on Raspberry Pi running Raspbian #2673
I am creating this issue as a record for others to find.
After first time installation, the client runs and after the line
This is caused by the version of
To work around this, you must remove
Then retry letsencrypt.
Note that this approach installs an unmanaged version of libaugeas and future updates including security fixes will not be automatically provided as part of your normal system update procedure.
I tried this on my RPi but although it succeeded (using augeas-1.6.0, not augeas-1.4.0), when I re-ran certbot-auto, I got this:
And in the logfile, I see this:
But libaugeas.so.0 does exist in /usr/local/lib. Any suggestions?
I am getting the "Illegal Instruction" error when trying to get a certificate from Letsencrypt via the up-to-date certbot client from the Raspbian Jessie Repos. I am commenting here as this report is referenced at several different places regarding the problem.
I do not understand this part of the original bug report:
Isn't this what Raspbian is about, that everything is compiled for armv6 (to be backwards compatible for e.g. "old" RPIs) (sorry if this is a dumb question)?
I ran the following command which I found referenced in some other context else and which I have no experience with, so I might misread the output:
So... doesn't this mean that this is indeed a bug in the certbot framework and thus the initial report should not have been closed?
Any insights or hints are highly appreciated...
By the way, for completeness, I finally found the solution for the "Illegal Instruction" error when executing certbot: I de-installed certbot with all its dependencies, activated the Raspbian testing repository via /etc/apt/sources.list, then re-installed certbot + all necessary dependencies (mostly Python stuff) via apt-get install, thus pulling all required packages from Raspbian Testing, and voila, no "Illegal Instruction" any more...