Configuring Cyberduck for OOS

You can install Cyberduck, an open source web interface, to use OUTSCALE Object Storage (OOS).

3DS OUTSCALE provides XML files that you can use to automatically configure Cyberduck.

For more information about how to use Cyberduck, see Official Cyberduck documentation for S3.

Configuring Cyberduck for Object Storage on macOS

Before you begin: Download and install Cyberduck from https://cyberduck.io/.

  1. To automatically configure Cyberduck the first time you launch it, type the following command in a terminal of your machine:

    $ cd "/${HOME}/Library/Group Containers/G69SCX94XU.duck/Library/Application Support/duck/Bookmarks/" ; wget https://oos.eu-west-2.outscale.com/publicctn/Outscale_oos_signed.duck ; open /Applications/Cyberduck.app/

    Cyberduck opens.

  2. In the main window, double-click the OOS connection. A dialog box appears.

  3. Specify your identifiers:

    1. In the Access Key ID field, type your access key ID.

    2. In the Secret Access Key field, type the secret access key associated with your access key ID.

      Your access key ID and secret access key are available on Cockpit, in Personal information & Access keys. For more information, see Getting Information About Your Access Keys.

  4. Click Connect to validate. You are connected to your OOS resources, and your buckets and files appear in the interface.

    • To manually configure an OOS connection, you can click Open Connection ico General CyberduckConnect. In that case, do not specify "https" when you type the endpoint corresponding to the Region you want to use.

    • You can disable the "Bonjour" notifications from Cyberduck using the following command in your terminal:

      $ defaults write ch.sudo.cyberduck rendezvous.enable false
    • You can enable the "Bonjour" notifications again using the same command by replacing false with true.

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