Configure a connection to a running server and locally persist credentials for later use
Launch an interactive process to configure a connection to a running Pydio Cells server instance. By default, we use a secure OAuth2 process based on 'Authorization Code' Grant.
If necessary, you might use an alternative authorization process and/or execute this process non-interactively calling one of the defined sub-commands.
Once a connection with the server established, it stores necessary information locally, keeping the sensitive bits encrypted in the local machine keyring. If you want to forget a connection, the config file can be wiped out by calling the 'clear' subcommand.
WARNING If no keyring is defined in the local machine, all information is stored in clear text in a config file of the Cells Client working directory. In such case, do not use the 'client-auth' process.
./cec configure [flags]
-h, --help help for configure --no-keyring Explicitly tell the tool to *NOT* try to use a keyring. Only use this flag if you really know what your are doing: some sensitive information will end up stored on your file system in clear text.
Options inherited from parent commands
-c, --config string Path to the configuration file
- ./cec - Connect to a Pydio Cells server using the command line
- ./cec configure client-auth - Connect to the server directly using the Client Credentials
- ./cec configure oauth - User OAuth2 to login to server