letsencrypt/acme client implemented as a shell-script

Edit Package dehydrated.17355

A client for signing certificates with an ACME-server (currently only provided by letsencrypt) implemented as a relatively simple bash-script.

It uses the openssl utility for everything related to actually handling keys and certificates, so you need to have that installed.

Other dependencies are: curl, sed, grep, mktemp (all found on almost any system, curl being the only exception)

Current features:

* Signing of a list of domains
* Signing of a CSR
* Renewal if a certificate is about to expire or SAN (subdomains) changed
* Certificate revocation

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README.maintainer 0000006272 6.13 KB
acme-challenge.conf.apache.in 0000000327 327 Bytes
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dehydrated-0.6.5.tar.gz 0000082274 80.3 KB
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dehydrated-rpmlintrc 0000000048 48 Bytes
dehydrated.changes 0000016209 15.8 KB
dehydrated.cron.in 0000000249 249 Bytes
dehydrated.keyring 0000002353 2.3 KB
dehydrated.service.in 0000000420 420 Bytes
dehydrated.spec 0000009409 9.19 KB
dehydrated.timer 0000000168 168 Bytes
dehydrated.tmpfiles.d 0000000135 135 Bytes
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