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Note: If you have previously installed the Google Cloud SDK or if you are using a Google Compute Engine instance, then you already have gsutil installed. The officially supported installation and update method for gsutil is as part of the Google Cloud SDK.How to install gsutil as a stand-alone product?
To learn how to use gsutil, see Quickstart: Using the gsutil Tool exercise, or run gsutil help. There are several ways to install gsutil as a stand-alone product. You may prefer one of these methods if you do not want any of the other components that come with the Cloud SDK, or if you are managing packages with PyPI.What happens if I run gsutil instead of cloud storage?
If you run this command instead of the Cloud Storage gsutil, it will likely print an error message similar to "Choose one of -b, -d, -e, or -r to do something".What kind of operating system do I need to install gsutil?
Follow the instructions for your operating system to install gsutil as a part of the Google Cloud SDK: Cloud SDK requires Python; supported versions are Python 3 (preferred, 3.5 to 3.8) and Python 2 (2.7.9 or higher). Your operating system must be able to run one of these supported Python versions in order for Cloud SDK to run.