To access and manage Hub resources, you need to install the Textile CLI. First, download the Textile CLI binary for your platform from the latest releases.
On MacOS you will need to confirm that it is okay to run the
tt binary before it will run successfully. You will see this warning:
You will now be able to continue using the CLI without issue. When you update the binary, you may need to repeat the above steps. We will add developer signing to our MacOS binaries soon.
To start using remote services such as IPFS pinning, Bucket sharing, and Thread APIs, you need an account on the Hub. Textile provides a simple, password-less account setup. You can create a new account and username with just an email address.
You can always verify that you have an active session on the Hub and that you are using the correct account by running the
hub whoami command.
If you've just initialized your account successfully, there is no need to login. However, if you are returning to the Hub and need to re-login, simply use the login command.
The Hub allows you to create organizations easily. Organizations can be one or many collaborators. Members of an Org have management access to the Buckets and App Keys created while in an Org's directory.
To learn more about sharing Buckets with an organization, read the intro on Organization Buckets.
If you are interested in enterprise support from Textile, please email us at email@example.com.