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docs: Fix typo in file path in remote files documentation (#1110)
Co-authored-by: Johannes Köster <johannes.koester@uni-due.de>
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tsibley and johanneskoester committed Aug 12, 2021
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This section describes usage of the S3 RemoteProvider, and also provides an intro to remote files and their usage.

It is important to note that you must have credentials (``access_key_id`` and ``secret_access_key``) which permit read/write access. If a file only serves as input to a Snakemake rule, read access is sufficient. You may specify credentials as environment variables or in the file ``=/.aws/credentials``, prefixed with ``AWS_*``, as with a standard `boto config <https://boto.readthedocs.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html>`_. Credentials may also be explicitly listed in the ``Snakefile``, as shown below:
It is important to note that you must have credentials (``access_key_id`` and ``secret_access_key``) which permit read/write access. If a file only serves as input to a Snakemake rule, read access is sufficient. You may specify credentials as environment variables or in the file ``~/.aws/credentials``, prefixed with ``AWS_*``, as with a standard `boto config <https://boto.readthedocs.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html>`_. Credentials may also be explicitly listed in the ``Snakefile``, as shown below:

For the Amazon S3 and Google Cloud Storage providers, the sub-directory used must be the bucket name.

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