#hubicfuse with #debian for busy people

Install the debian package:

apt-get install hubicfuse

Clone the project:

git clone git@github.com:TurboGit/hubicfuse.git

You will need to use one of the scripts from this project.
Or just the script hubic_token from
here.

Create an app on hubic.
Get the client_id and client_secret.

Create a file named .hubicfuse on your ~/
execute the script hubic_token
copy the token form the script

the .hubicfuse file should look like this:

client_id=api_hubic_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
client_secret=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
refresh_token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
verify_ssl=false

I used ssl = False to avoid issues with my auto-signed certificate.

Add your user to fuse group if you haven’t (look here).

create a mount point:

mkdir hubic

then mount:

sudo hubicfuse ~/hubic -o noauto_cache,sync_read

to umount,
fusermount -u hubic

Enjoy!

One thought on “#hubicfuse with #debian for busy people”

  1. Hallo.
    You say: “Create an app on hubic”, but not explain fields:
    “Last name : ” and “Redirection domain :”
    in “Redirection domain :” what i nedd to type to connect my hubic cloud with my account?

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