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Hi Hello

I am interested in translating these lines in favor of CERTBOT and I am unable to obtain a documentation related to operating systems These are for Linux only.

The commands are:

 

mv /./letsencrypt/archive/example.com /home/user/me/certbot/example_archive
thirst -i 's, / etc / letsencrypt / archive / example.com, / home / user / me / certbot / example_archive, ' /./letsencrypt/renewal/example.com.conf
mv /./letsencrypt/live/example.com/ *.pem /home/user/me/certbot/
thirst -i 's, / etc / letsencrypt / live / example.com, / home / user / me / certbot, g ' /./letsencrypt/renewal/example.com.conf
certbot update_symlinks

 

it's very important to me

Thanks to the kind-hearted respondents

 

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I see no point in just translating these commands under , Directories like etc and home / user just do not exist. For this to make sense you will need to install certbot and compare what is different in installation there versus installation in Linux and fix the commands accordingly.

 

Anyway in standard cmd of It is impossible to perform such complex operations, you will have to use powershell or install sed (this is actually software and not a shell command) on .

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