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VirtualMachineImageTemplate

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Version: 2019-05-01-preview


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Description

Virtual Machine Image Template

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The Linode API provides the ability to programmatically manage the full
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This reference is designed to assist application developers and system
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examples using standard HTTP requests. Response data is returned in JSON
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This document was generated from our OpenAPI Specification. See the
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Access and Authentication
Some endpoints are publicly accessible without requiring authentication.
All endpoints affecting your Account, however, require either a Personal
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Personal Access Token
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Authentication
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OAuth
If you only need to access the Linode API for personal use,
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If you're designing an application that can authenticate with an arbitrary Linode user, then
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Clients can be public or private, and are private by default. You can choose to make the client public when it is created.
A private client is used with applications which can securely store the client secret (that is, the secret returned to you when you first created the client). For example, an application running on a secured server that only the developer has access to would use a private OAuth client. This is also called a confidential client in some OAuth documentation.
A public client is used with applications where the client secret is not guaranteed to be secure. For example, a native app running on a user's computer may not be able to keep the client secret safe, as a user could potentially inspect the source of the application. So, native apps or apps that run in a user's browser should use a public client.
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| PRIVATE WORKFLOW | PUBLIC WORKFLOW |
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