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ref(azure/boot): export AZURE_DNS_PREFIX and use $HOME

This streamlines the docs to be easy to copy/paste the commands into a terminal.
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Matthew Fisher
Matthew Fisher committed Apr 5, 2017
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  1. +3 −2 src/quickstart/provider/azure-acs/boot.md
@@ -62,12 +62,13 @@ Execute the command to deploy the cluster. The `dns-prefix` and `ssh-key-value`
```
$ export AZURE_SERVICE_NAME=myacs
$ export AZURE_DNS_PREFIX=mydnsprefix
$ az acs create --resource-group="${AZURE_RG_NAME}" --location="${AZURE_DC_LOCATION}" \
--orchestrator-type=kubernetes --master-count=1 --agent-count=1 \
--agent-vm-size="Standard_D2_v2" \
--admin-username="k8sadmin" \
--name="${AZURE_SERVICE_NAME}" --dns-prefix="mydnsprefix" \
--ssh-key-value @/home/myusername/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
--name="${AZURE_SERVICE_NAME}" --dns-prefix="${AZURE_DNS_PREFIX}" \
--ssh-key-value @$HOME/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
```
> Note: When `az acs create` starts, the provisioning process runs in the background by first creating a service principal named ${AZURE_SERVICE_NAME} assigned appropriate permissions. After a few minutes the `az` command should return with information about the deployment created as shown below.

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