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Trying to connect to spaces via the following credentials, where do I find?
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Spaces does not utilize FTP, it is an object storage service which is compatible with S3. You can read more about it here:
We are using the Amazon AWS sdk for php and we are creating the "PutObject"as follows
$command = $this->client->getCommand('PutObject', [
'Bucket' => $this->bucket,
'Key' => $this->key,
'Body' => $this->body,
'ACL' => $this->acl,
I have checked that this is the structure which is correct as per this link [PutObejct Syntax](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/aws-sdk-php/v2/guide/service-s3.html)
But when the object is uploaded to digitalocean spaces,the access specifier is still public which should be private as we are specifying the value "private" in the 'ACL' key.
Any leads as to why the expected behaviour is not working is highly appreciated.
Link for reference:[ACL Overview](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/acl-overview.html)
I am preparing to use your servers on production today. I have a commitment and I need my account unlocked. I can provide whatever verification info you need. Kindly unlock my account please.
I am using your API to scale my application through your infrastructure. Need your help. This is an emergency and I need someone to respond for support plese.
I'm using DigitalOcean API V2 for creating listing and deleting my droplets.
I noticed API doesn't return sucess or failure message when a droplet destroyed.
It's that normal ?
Im working on an adminpanel for my business where I amongst other services run webservers for customers.
Ive managed to hook up to the API and are able to list out droplets and add new droplets based on the images I prefer.
My only problem right now is that when a server is created, I get the root password sent through email. Id like my adminpanel to generate an e-mail directly to the customer with the password.
Is there any way for the API to return the root password? Or can I define what root password I want the droplet to have?
Alternatively, can I automatically create a user with sudo access based on the customers name - and define that users password?