SHA256 signature sum check of file

openssl dgst -sha256 <FILENAME>
get the SHA256 sum signatur for a file
Sample Output
SHA256(exampleFile-0.20.1-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz)= 376194f06596ecfa40331167c39bc70c355f960280bd2a645fdbf18f66527397

By: aysadk
2020-12-20 21:17:27

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