After my web host enabled HTTPS on my main website through Let’s Encrypt, I thought that it would be nice to do the same for my private web server running on my Raspberry Pi 1 (model B). I already had a certificate for the Apache server running on my Pi provided by StartSSL, but Let’s Encrypt is a neater solution. I had some problems with this, so my solution is under the fold.
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