Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Chris Capitana, Jan 8, 2022.
I see. Hm, i'll have to look for a nice alternative or hope someone picks up the development...
Makes me think of this:
Thanks! That would be great, I would love to use it. Unfortunately, I'm technically not capable but would be able to give back to ISPC with things like translations (Dutch).
Haha that picture is very illustrative indeed.
Feel free to improve them, I can approve the translations as I am dutch as well. See https://git.ispconfig.org/ispconfig/ispconfig3/-/blob/develop/CONTRIBUTING.md
@Th0m, great! I'll have a look.
My answer is only related to incron — it seems to have been abandoned back in 2017 or so and currently suffers from a major bug which could, under certain circumstances, be exploited as a security issue.
Allegedly, incron is not 'necessary' these days when you can achieve similar results with systemd.path. I guess it's time to rethink what to do about it...
(Disclaimer: I don't think I use incron at all, I was just browsing around the forums searching for an answer on a LE-related issue...)
Among other reason why the code automating LE for ISPConfig that have been integrated in ISPConfig installer is rewritten differently (from the earliest suggested code in its original thread and tutorial) by using the LE client own pre- and post- hooks thus minimizing the reliance on third party software like incron.
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