"Now you can install aws. Download the latest version
of the aws script and put it into your home directory. In the
terminal, run the following command as root:
"perl aws --install
"Create an .awssecret text file in your home directory, and
enter your Access Key ID on the first line and the Secret Access
Key on the second line. Use then the s3mkdir command to create a
new S3 bucket:
"Note that the name of the bucket must be unique. Once aws is
configured and ready to go, you start working on an OpenOffice.org
macro that backs up the currently opened document on Amazon S3 via
aws. The macro starts with obtaining the currently active document
and checking whether it has already been saved. The latter is
required to obtain the path to the document:"
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