Discourse Encrypted

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)



I will configure your existing standard Docker Discourse install to use Let’s Encrypt to enable SSL/https access to your site. Your email address will be used for registration with Let’s Encrypt. Since Let’s Encrypt will notify that account should anything go wrong with certificate renewal, it should be an account that you monitor.

Want to do it yourself? See the #HOWTO on Meta.

To use this service, I require password-free root access to your site. You must use one of the methods below to provide access. If I cannot access your site, your money will be refunded.

Providing Root Access

Copy and paste these four lines to create an account, provide access to that account with my public key, and allow that account sudo privileges without a password. (Copying just the last line would provide me direct access to your root account.)

sudo adduser --disabled-password --gecos "Literate Computing" lc
sudo su -c 'echo lc ALL = NOPASSWD: ALL > /etc/sudoers.d/lc' root
sudo su - lc
ssh-import-id ltcmp

1 review for Discourse Encrypted

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    My second review for Jay (the first was on his excellent Discourse install service). It took me about 3 seconds to understand that having Jay set up a secure site for Discourse was a complete no-brainer in these days of constant hacking attempts, and the forthcoming world of Google ranking secure sites above non-secure. Jay very rapidly ironed everything out. Delighted. Highly recommended.

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