I tried getting Cyberduck to talk to Amazon S3, but could not do it as easily as I was able to get it to talk to Dream Objects S3.
Last time I used duplicity, I included GPG in the mix, so the files are encrypted. I apparently did not put the key in a safe place so they are effectively bricked.
This time, no GPG, and I have set the files to be public (but I do not know where / how people can access them). Oh, and I could not get duplicity to work.
Similar to using duplicity to backup MT3
pip install boto-rsync cd ~/mt3 boto-rsync --endpoint objects-us-east-1.dream.io . s3://mt3/mt3
Backup complete as of a couple days ago.
I assume this will download the files:
mkdir ~/mt3testrestore cd ~/mt3testrestore boto-rsync --endpoint objects-us-east-1.dream.io s3://mt3/mt3 .
Nice. It works.