Boto config file on Linux

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Where do I find my Boto config file on Linux?
Mar 26 in Ansible by Hari
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Hey @Hari, your boto config file could be in either of these locations:

  • /etc/boto.cfg - for site-wide settings that all users on this machine will use
  • (if profile is given) ~/.aws/credentials - for credentials shared between SDKs
  • (if profile is given) ~/.boto - for user-specific settings
  • ~/.aws/credentials - for credentials shared between SDKs
  • ~/.boto - for user-specific settings
answered Mar 26 by Raymond

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