I recently moved my website hosting from Linode to AWS LightSail. Part of the move was working with Route 53 for DNS, as well as setting up my domain’s email, e.g. the MX record. I’m using ProtonMail for email and they require that I add multiple TXT records. Part of the problem is Route 53 will not allow duplicate TXT records. After a few searches, I learned that you can enter in multiple values in the TXT record as long as you place them on multiple lines. That solved the problem for me.
Microsoft acquired Github today for $7.5 billion. Github was founded in 2008. It stores and manages code in repositories using Git, a distributed version control software developed by Linus Torvalds. It has 28 million users and 85 million projects. Github public repositories are free. Private repositories start at $7 per month for developers. For teams, it starts at $9 per user/month and up to $21 per user/month. If you like to run your own Git repository, check out GitLab. Just install it on a Linux server.
Certbot is an easy-to-use automatic client that fetches and deploys SSL/TLS certificates for your webserver. Certbot was developed by EFF and others as a client for Let’s Encrypt and was previously known as “the official Let’s Encrypt client” or “the Let’s Encrypt Python client.” Certbot will also work with any other CAs that support the ACME protocol.
Just choose your webserver, e.g. Apache, Nginx or IIS, as well as your operating system. Here’s the instruction for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:certbot/certbot $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install python-certbot-apache
To install the certificate
sudo certbot --apache
To renew certificate
$ sudo certbot renew