box.com for linux -- unofficial, based on python SDK
box.com for linux
Installation on Ubuntu
sudo apt install libffi-dev libssl-dev python3-pip # you may want to create a virtual environment sudo python3 setup.py install
Installation will create an empty ~/.config/diycrate/box.ini This file will be overwritten and will contain run time specific information!
Currently, in order for your machine to operate as a listener/hook against the oauth2 process with Box, you will have to run a webserver -- which we provide for you in this application, to handle all of that, automatically.
However, in order for your browser (and your sanity), you will want to create a certificate. When running on your local machine/localhost, you will need to create a self-signed certificate.
Let's Encrypt has a nice write-up on how to do that: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/certificates-for-localhost/#making-and-trusting-your-own-certificates
This application requires the use of redis oauth2 credential "storage" as well as meta data for the caching & states of files against box.
sudo apt install redis-server
Run the app
Currently there is no default out-of-the-box working configuration file. This is partly due to currently (should the user not setup their own) using
diycrate.xyz (I host it) for a part of the oauth2 dance. It isn't "hard" to setup your own, nor is it hard to use the "always running, you can plug into" mine, but it's not exactly documented.
diycrate_app --cacert_pem_path /path/to/cert.pem --privkey_pem_path /path/to/privkey.pem
diycrate_app --help for more CLI information
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