Using credentials file ~/.aws/credentials
Can Cloudberry Drive use the credentials in ~/.aws/credentials?
We use aws-mfa (
) to generate short-term AWS keys from a long-term key plus MFA. These are written to the ~/.aws/credentials file so that other tools can use them.
Is there an option to use these default credentials? I can see an option to enter them directly, but this is no good as they are only valid for 12 hours. Ideally there'd be a drop-down in Cloudberry Drive where you could pick the credential set by name.
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