NOTE: If you're already using Route53, you're propbably better off using AWS Certificate Manager, which was released after this script.
Configure the AWS CLI. Your account must have permission to list and update Route53 records.
Download the certbot-route53.sh script.
mkdir my-certificates cd my-certificates curl -sL https://git.io/vylLx -o certbot-route53.sh chmod a+x certbot-route53.sh
Run the script with your (comma-separated) domain(s) and email address:
sh certbot-route53.sh \ --agree-tos \ --manual-public-ip-logging-ok \ --email $(git config user.email) \ --domains jed.is,www.jed.is
Wait patiently (usually about two minutes) while, for each domain requested:
Find your new certificate(s) in the