Use ChatGPT API On Linux To Ask Question Using Command

Since OpenAI released ChatGPT, users have casually experimented with the tool. This powerful AI tool benefits content creators, influencers, and programmers. etc. For cyber security researchers and ethical hackers, it can be more helpful in different ways for different objectives like bug hunting, security questions, etc., and research on particular vulnerabilities without wasting time on googling things and visiting multiple websites.

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In this article, we guide you on how to install ChatGPT on your Linux so you can easily ask your queries to AI using your command-line interface (Terminal).

Follow these simple steps:

1. First you have to generate and copy your API key by signing up on OpenAI official website.
2. Type the following commands on your Linux terminal.
sudo pip3 install openai
git clone https://github.com/mglantz/chatgpt
cd chatgpt && sudo cp gpt.py /usr/bin
export OPENAI_API_KEY=<paste your api key here>
gpt.py "What is ChatGPT?"
Now you can see the output of ChatGPT on your terminal and this can be very useful, especially for bug hunters in their penetration testing.
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