Thanks david. I went to the link and went to "issues" and tried to post my question. I do have a github account. The submit button is greyed. Is this the proper place to ask these questions. Here btw is the text:
My environment consists of development laptop and a EC2 AWS server. The laptop is running a docker container. In it I run bitnami/Apache and bitnami/php-fpm. This is my entire development environment. I use phpStorm and have a Github setup where I can pushe my changes to Github and these are automatically pushed to my Ec2 instance. My application uses RDS mySQL and S3 and AWS dynamaDB.
I also have a AWS EC2 instance. This is my staging server and I will use this for testing. Thus it is also running the same bitnami/Apache and bitnami/php-fpm (I think).
I am trying to setup to use AWS Secrets Manager. To do this I need to setup a CredentialProvider and the AWS docs say to do this at /home/.aws/configuration. I have run Configure Credentials to create the defaultProvider. This app seems to be creating it in /home/.aws/. But the Bitnami docs say to create it in home/bitnami/.aws/. The issue is that I don's see a /home/bitnami dir in the container. Please advise.
I also am not sure, since I don't see /home/binami/.aws, if I have correctly set up bitnami under docker. How can I check this?
I also need to create an ENV variable called machine. If this is set to LAPTOP, then my code needs to run a slightly different setting for FusionAuth, that I use to enable users to answer surveys. But I can't seem to find .htaccess (either on the laptop or on the server) and this is where I will create the ENV variable.
So the most important thing initially is "do I have bitnami/apach for docker" setup correctly?