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Minor Readme updates

Signed-off-by: Valentin Pichard <valentin.pichard@corp.ovh.com>

Minor readme modifications
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Valentin Pichard committed Jul 18, 2016
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@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ Using svfs directly :
svfs --os-username=.. --os-password=.. ... myName /mountpoint &
```
With OSX after osxfuse, ruby and pkg installation :
With OSX after [osxfuse](https://github.com/osxfuse/osxfuse), ruby and last pkg installation :
```
mount_svfs myName /mountpoint -o username=..,password=..,tenant=..,region=..,container=..
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@@ -60,4 +60,4 @@ empty intermediate directories within the object path as well.
### Does it run on Mac OS X ?
Yes, pick the latest pkg, install it with ruby and osxfuse and there you go !
Yes, pick the latest pkg, install it with ruby and [osxfuse](https://github.com/osxfuse/osxfuse) and there you go !
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@@ -35,9 +35,18 @@ process.
## Access your hubiC data
Using options given within the previous step, you can for instance mount your default
hubiC container with :
hubiC container depending on your system.
Using linux :
```
sudo mount -t svfs -o hubic_auth=<hubic_auth>,hubic_token=<hubic_token>,container=default hubic /mountpoint
```
Using OSX :
```
mount_svfs hubic /mountpoint -o hubic_auth=<hubic_auth>,hubic_token=<hubic_token>,container=default
```
You can access another's container data from the HubiC webapp using the following URL :
* `https://hubic.com/home/browser/#containerName/`
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@@ -16,7 +16,6 @@ of the user you want to extract credentials for. Then
choose to download the *openrc* file. Source it and
enter your password when prompted.
### OVH API
Log into the OVH API with your customer account or using your
@@ -31,6 +30,12 @@ be available as environment variables, starting with prefix `OS_`.
You can use them with svfs like this :
Using linux :
```
sudo mount -t svfs -o username=$OS_USERNAME,password=$OS_PASSWORD,tenant=$OS_TENANT_NAME,region=$OS_REGION_NAME pcs /mountpoint
```
Using OSX :
```
mount_svfs pcs /mountpoint -o username=$OS_USERNAME,password=$OS_PASSWORD,tenant=$OS_TENANT_NAME,region=$OS_REGION_NAME
```

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