When I do that command in the bitnami/letsencrypt directory, it doesn't find any certificates.
bitnami@ip-172-26-11-31:~$ sudo /opt/bitnami/letsencrypt/lego --path="/opt/bitnami/letsencrypt" list
No certificates found.
If I do the same thing with usr/local then it does find the certificate issued on March 9 that combined the root domain with www subdomain, as well as an older cert that was just for the www subdomain issued late 2018 before I knew to combine them.
bitnami@ip-172-26-11-31:/$ sudo /usr/local/bin/lego --path="/etc/lego" list
Found the following certs:
Certificate Name: *****controls.com
Domains: *****controls.com, www.*****controls.com
Expiry Date: 2019-06-07 20:27:29 +0000 UTC
Certificate Path: /etc/lego/certificates/*****controls.com.crt
Certificate Name: www.*****controls.com
Expiry Date: 2018-09-28 18:28:08 +0000 UTC
Certificate Path: /etc/lego/certificates/www.*****controls.com.crt
If it's not apparent, I'm not deeply familiar personally with what I'm doing. I just follow the instructions in the Bitnami docs but I don't fully understand why the latest version of Lego is available in the bitnami directory but not in the location where I installed it following the instructions. I thought maybe I'd check the latest version and try again, but those commands aren't working for me this morning.
bitnami@ip-172-26-11-31:/tmp$ curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/xenolf/lego/releases/la
test | grep browser_download_url | grep linux_amd64 | cut -d '"' -f 4 | wget -i -
No URLs found in -.
I'm inclined to wait until until the first of April to see if the script will run successfully, as I'm not sure what else to check. I'm hoping it's just because the certs have to be sufficiently close to expiration before they will renew, unless you see anything else here I can try to troubleshoot.
Thanks for your help!!