At work I recently collaborated with our hosting provider to move our company website to a version of cPanel. Up until this time, there has been no way of running our site on SSL/TLS, and it’s been quite frustrating, having discovered LetsEncrypt and its ease of use. Basically, with this certificate signer, I have no reason to actually figure out the handshaking and signing process as was required in old command-line versions of SSL.
Here are a few letsencrypt commands that I’ve found useful in the past few months of trying it out.
Disclaimer: I’ve had this problem for probably four months, ever since I started running Plex Media Server on my headless linux machine at home, whilst storing all my actual media on a nice external portable drive. Usually I just yank it, but then I watch the drive letters run themselves up obscenely high before I need to reboot.
So you’ve gone through the process of mounting your drive in Linux:
> sudo fdisk -l Device Boot = /dev/sdb1 (and a bunch of other technical information regarding drive size, id, and such) > > sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /media/TOSHIBA >
You run a bunch of stuff, get it all working, then find you need to take the drive to work the next day, so you try to unmount it.
> sudo umount /media/TOSHIBA umount: /media/TOSHIBA: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1)) >