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Darshil Chanpura 2 years ago
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Also with a friendly message when shutdown happens.
![Image 1](images/screen2.png)
# Next Steps
# Installation
Grab the latest release from [here](https://git.dcpri.me/some-fancy-tools/shutdown-tool/releases) based on the architecture and operating system and the sha256sums.txt
## Verify Release
By verifying sha256sums.txt which will be signed by the key ID "DBB4CCE6982EAEA264145940CB92EA9074F31320".
```
$ gpg --verify sha256sums.txt
gpg: Signature made Sat May 23 12:21:09 2020 IST
gpg: using RSA key DBB4CCE6982EAEA264145940CB92EA9074F31320
gpg: issuer "dtchanpura@protonmail.com"
```
Now verify the tarball.
```
$ sha256sum --check sha256sums.txt
shutdown-tool-v1.1.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz: OK
shutdown-tool-v1.1.0-linux-arm.tar.gz: OK
shutdown-tool-v1.1.0-linux-arm64.tar.gz: OK
```
* [ ] Add some credentials
* [ ] Add consolidated ability to shutdown and list multiple instances
Based on the file downloaded the output may vary.
## Install
We will now extract and install the tool.
```
tar -xf shutdown-tool-v1.1.0-linux-arm.tar.gz
sudo ./install.sh
```
Now check your http://<ServerIP>:8001 which will show the page.
# Next Steps
- [ ] Add some credentials
- [ ] Add consolidated ability to shutdown and list multiple instances

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