Where do I store my access/secret key for my kube-up.sh to work?

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I've created a kubernetes cluster on AWS using kops. I need to set my access/secret key values for the kube-up.sh setup and I'm not very sure about where to set it. I know its probably a very stupid doubt, but any help would be appreciated.

Thank you
Jan 4 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Hey @ali, If you've already installed and configured AWS CLI, you literally don't have to worry about setting it up manually at a specific location. 

Execute the following command

aws configure

It'll prompt you to add your credentials and automatically gets saved ~/ .aws/credentials

Have a look at the official documentation for details

answered Jan 4 by Nik

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