Docker image for letsencrypt.sh and lexicon
I created this image to make it easy to generate and maintain letsencrypt
certificates using letsencrypt.sh's support for the dns-01 verification method,
combined with lexicon since it handles so many DNS providers.
This will run the letsencrypt.sh script without a configuration file.
$PROVIDER is used by lexicon.letsencrypt.sh to determine which provider to
call lexicon with.
$LEXICON_* variables set the credentials for lexicon to
talk to the DNS provider.
/letsencrypt.sh/certs is the directory where
certificates will actually be stored.
docker run --rm -it \ -e PROVIDER="cloudflare" \ -e LEXICON_CLOUDFLARE_USERNAMEfirstname.lastname@example.org' \ -e LEXICON_CLOUDFLARE_TOKEN=`123456789012345678901234567890123456` \ -v `pwd`/certs:/letsencrypt.sh/certs \ programmerq/letsencrypt.sh -c -d test.example.com -t dns-01 -k /lexicon.letsencrypt.sh
More advanced usage
You can take advantage of the letsencrypt.sh domains.txt and config file (See
mkdir certs echo test.example.com > certs/domains.txt