As a reminder , i-MSCP is supporting Debian, Devuan and Ubuntu GNU/Linux distributions which are LTS (Long Time Support) releases, as provided by their respective vendors, outside of any non-free extended support/maintenance/security program such as the Canonical ESM program.
The next i-MSCP version will support :
- Debian version 9 up to 11, that is : Stretch, Buster and Bullseye
- Devuan ASCII, Beowulf and Chimaera
- Ubuntu version 18.04 up to 20.04, that is : Bionic Beavers and Focal Fossa
Support for older distributions will be dropped. This make us able to also drop some patches that were applied on the Apache2 Web server during i-MSCP installation (see the screen below).
People which are still running older distribution versions are encouraged to upgrade their system to the newly available LTS version.
To all the community and their families, we are wishing a wonderful New Year 2022.
I did a quick search, they actually did end it this october and the money will now be transfered back to everybody
Because you're thinking I'm a liar ?
So, to be clear:
I'm not a liar
The project is not died. Rewrite in progress and I don't care about those people which are not happy.
The fix for the letsencrypt will not come, because the problem is not on the plugin side it is a openssl version problem.
Seriously, do you will stop your bullshit a day ?
That too much this time. You are now banned.
The project is not dead. Rewritting a application is not something that can be done in few days...
ls -la /etc/ssl/certs ?
did you also run update-ca-certificates -f ?