acme-tiny - Tiny auditable script to issue, renew Let's Encrypt certificates

Property Value
Distribution CentOS 7
Repository EPEL x86_64
Package filename acme-tiny-4.0.4-1.el7.noarch.rpm
Package name acme-tiny
Package version 4.0.4
Package release 1.el7
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Category Applications/Internet
License MIT
Maintainer -
Download size 16.21 KB
Installed size 12.74 KB
This is a tiny, auditable script that you can throw on your server to issue and
renew Let's Encrypt certificates. Since it has to be run on your server and
have access to your private Let's Encrypt account key, I tried to make it as
tiny as possible (currently less than 200 lines). The only prerequisites are
python and openssl.
Well, that and a web server - but then you only need this with a web server.
This package adds a simple directory layout and timer service that runs
acme_tiny on installed CSRs as the acme user for privilege separation.


Package Version Architecture Repository
acme-tiny - - -


Name Value
/usr/bin/python -
acme-tiny-core = 4.0.4-1.el7
shadow-utils -
systemd -


Name Value
acme-tiny = 4.0.4-1.el7
config(acme-tiny) = 4.0.4-1.el7


Type URL
Binary Package acme-tiny-4.0.4-1.el7.noarch.rpm
Source Package acme-tiny-4.0.4-1.el7.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Download latest epel-release rpm from
  2. Install epel-release rpm:
    # rpm -Uvh epel-release*rpm
  3. Install acme-tiny rpm package:
    # yum install acme-tiny




2018-05-22 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 4.0.4-1
- Official upstream release!
- Move to acme-tiny-core subpackage
2018-02-07 - Fedora Release Engineering <> - 0.2-4.20170516gitaf025f5
- Rebuilt for
2017-11-22 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 0.2-3.20170616gitaf025f5
- BZ#1507333 EL6 missing python-argparse dependency
- BZ#1515781 Agreement updated.
- BZ#1409345 Unwritable certs silently skipped
2017-07-26 - Fedora Release Engineering <> - 0.2-2.20170516gitaf025f5
- Rebuilt for
2017-07-06 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 0.2-1.20170616gitaf025f5
- BZ#1468045 Update to new upstream version
- BZ#1409686 Message.getallmatchingheaders() is broken in python3.
2017-02-10 - Fedora Release Engineering <> - 0.1-12.20160810git5a7b4e7
- Rebuilt for
2016-12-19 - Miro HronĨok <> - 0.1-11.20160810git5a7b4e7
- Rebuild for Python 3.6
2016-08-22 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 0.1-10.20160810git5a7b4e7
- Fix cert writable check in sign script
- More tips in
2016-08-22 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 0.1-9.20160810git5a7b4e7
- Use %{systemd_requires}
- Remove unneeded cronie, python dependencies
- Add acme-tiny.timer to systemd scriptlets
- Add
- acme_tiny: Fix --chain patch for python2.6 (el6)
- acme_tiny: Suppress traceback on error
2016-08-21 - Stuart D. Gathman <> 0.1-8
- Add use_systemd flag to use systemd timer and enable on Fedora and epel7
- Enable use_python3 flag for Fedora (but not epel7).

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