|16 Jan 2024
|16 Jan 2024
This guide is intended to get you up and running with this tool quickly with the most common settings. For a thorough review of all options, refer to the official documentation.
AWS CLI is a cross-platform command-line tool that can be installed on development computers. The AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) is a unified tool that provides a consistent interface for interacting with all parts of Amazon Web Services.
It is available for a variety of operating systems and Linux distributions, supports the Arm architecture and has multiple ways to install it.
This article provides quick solutions to install the latest version of AWS CLI, version 2, for Ubuntu on Arm.
Confirm you are using an Arm computer with 64-bit Linux by running:
The output should be:
If you see a different result, you are not using an Arm computer running 64-bit Linux.
The easiest way to install the latest version of the AWS CLI for Ubuntu on Arm is to download and run the installer from AWS.
Before starting, install
sudo apt update
sudo apt install unzip -y
Download the zip file with
curl, extract the installer, and run it.
curl "https://awscli.amazonaws.com/awscli-exe-linux-aarch64.zip" -o "awscliv2.zip"
Confirm the CLI version 2 is available by invoking the
aws command to print the version.
Review AWS CLI v2 is now generally available to review the new features in version 2.
You now have the latest version of the AWS CLI installed. Follow this guide to generate and configure access keys needed to use the AWS CLI.
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