A good way to become accustomed to using the Terminal is to just use it. Ideally for as much of your normal tool-chain as you can. In this article I will document how to use the Linux Terminal to download an Ubuntu OS image from Canonical and then check it’s SHA256 checksum to ensure it is authentic. One thing that we all should do is verify that the images we are pulling from Canonical, Red Hat, Suse, Fedora, etc., are legitimately the images we think they are and not the image a hacker wants us to use? Well, looking for the lock symbol next to the URL at the top…
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