How to install hcloud on ubuntu 20

To install the Hetzner Cloud CLI (`hcloud`) on Ubuntu 20.04, you can follow these steps:

Step 1: Download and Install hcloud:

1. Open a terminal on your Ubuntu system.

2. Run the following commands to download and install the `hcloud` CLI:

tar -xf hcloud-linux-amd64.tar.gz
sudo mv hcloud /usr/local/bin/

Step 2: Authenticate with hcloud:

1. In the terminal, you need to authenticate `hcloud` using your Hetzner Cloud API token. Replace `` with your actual Hetzner Cloud API token.

hcloud context create my-hcloud-context
hcloud context use my-hcloud-context
hcloud context set-token

Step 3: Test the Installation:

1. Run the following command to verify that the installation was successful and to see a list of available commands:


This should display a list of available commands and options.

Step 4: Start Using hcloud:

You can start using `hcloud` commands to manage your Hetzner Cloud resources. For example, to list your servers, you can run:

hcloud server list

Remember that you need to have your Hetzner Cloud API token handy to authenticate with `hcloud` and access your account’s resources. If you encounter any issues during installation or usage, you can refer to the official Hetzner Cloud CLI documentation for more detailed instructions and troubleshooting.