This article covers how to install the AWS CLI very conveniently on your Linux Mint 20 system and use it for managing the Amazon Web Services very efficiently.
The AWS or Amazon Web Service command line interface is a command line tool for manage our Amazon web services.
AWS CLI provides direct access to the Amazon Web Services public API.
As it is a command line tool, it can also be used to create scripts to automate your Amazon web services.
To the AWS CLI on Ubuntu With APT:
1. First we update the package listing cache with the following command in the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T):
# sudo apt-get update
2. Now we are going to install the AWS CLI using the command:
# sudo apt-get install awscli
3. We will can check if AWS CLI is working correctly with the following command:
# aws --version