Supports letsencrypt challenges #239

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arunthampi commented Sep 26, 2016

So you can setup LetsEncrypt certificates natively

Supports letsencrypt challenges
So you can setup LetsEncrypt certificates natively

@rauchg rauchg merged commit a506f2f into rauchg:master Sep 26, 2016

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Supports letsencrypt challenges (#239)
So you can setup LetsEncrypt certificates natively

mexisme added a commit to devopsnz/slackin that referenced this pull request Mar 10, 2017

Supports letsencrypt challenges (#239)
So you can setup LetsEncrypt certificates natively
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devth Mar 22, 2017

How do we use this?

devth commented Mar 22, 2017

How do we use this?

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@devth while setting up letsencrypt, it will provide you with a "challenge" string that your webservice should respond with when requesting the path /.well-known/acme-challenge/:id.

Once you obtain this challenge string, set the environment variable LETSENCRYPT_CHALLENGE with that string, restart your slackin service and follow along with the rest of the letsencrypt instructions.

Btw, if you're using Heroku, they support automatic SSL certs with LetsEncrypt: https://blog.heroku.com/announcing-automated-certificate-management

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arunthampi commented Mar 22, 2017

@devth while setting up letsencrypt, it will provide you with a "challenge" string that your webservice should respond with when requesting the path /.well-known/acme-challenge/:id.

Once you obtain this challenge string, set the environment variable LETSENCRYPT_CHALLENGE with that string, restart your slackin service and follow along with the rest of the letsencrypt instructions.

Btw, if you're using Heroku, they support automatic SSL certs with LetsEncrypt: https://blog.heroku.com/announcing-automated-certificate-management

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@arunthampi thanks. I am using Heroku, and saw that announcement, but looks like it's only for paid dynos.

Would be awesome if slackin initiated the setup with LE so it was completely seamless. Still, I'm glad it supports the LE challenge. Thanks!

devth commented Mar 22, 2017

@arunthampi thanks. I am using Heroku, and saw that announcement, but looks like it's only for paid dynos.

Would be awesome if slackin initiated the setup with LE so it was completely seamless. Still, I'm glad it supports the LE challenge. Thanks!

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