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Installation

Installation using Phar

This is the preferred installation method for usage on a production system. You can download acme-client.phar in the release section.

Requirements

  • PHP 5.5+

Instructions

# Go to https://github.com/kelunik/acme-client/releases/latest
# Download the latest release archive.

# Make it executable.
chmod +x acme-client.phar

# Run it.
./acme-client.phar

# Or install it globally.
mv ./acme-client.phar /usr/local/bin/acme-client
acme-client

If you want to update, just replace the old .phar with a new one.

All commands require a --storage argument when using the Phar. That's the path where your keys and certificates will be stored. On Unix you could use something like --storage /etc/acme.

You can add a file named acme-client.yml next to the .phar with the two keys storage and server. These values will be used as default if you don't specify them, but you can still use another server by explicitly adding it as argument.

# Sample YAML configuration.

# Storage directory for certificates and keys.
storage: /etc/acme

# Server to use. Available shortcuts: letsencrypt, letsencrypt:staging
# You can also use full URLs to the directory resource of an ACME server
server: letsencrypt

Installation using Composer

If you plan to actively develop this client, you probably don't want the Phar but install the dependencies using Composer.

Requirements

Instructions

# Clone repository
git clone https://github.com/kelunik/acme-client && cd acme-client

# Install dependencies
composer install

You can use ./bin/acme as script instead of the Phar. Please note, that all data will be stored in ./data as long as you don't provide the --storage argument.