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  Title - Description This Week Average Stats
61 The Owned Networks - Our service is offline due to ISP issues.
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.4 Stats
62 Free Linux Console Community - Free Linux Shell Accounts
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.4 Stats
63 Anapnea - Open Gentoo Linux shell network. 1GBit uplink. Network tools, full development environment, email, webspace, games, tutorials, SCP/SFTP access. Very active community on IRC! No servers/daemons/bots/BNC, but irssi/screen is allowed. 256MB disk quota.
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.4 Stats
64 Nyx - The Spirit of the Night - Services: email, ftp, telnet, lynx, personal webspace of 100K
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.4 Stats
65 Grex.org - OpenBSD server, Services: email, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs... (quota: 1Mb)
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.4 Stats

  Title - Description This Week Average Stats
66 Free Canadian Shell accounts (recycled servers) - Free Canadian Shell accounts (recycled servers) Free Shell accounts to Canadian users only. Students, or professors or teachers, can get shell accounts with no restrictions from ERA. For research purposes only, coding, development, testing, etc. Let us know what you need, and we even offer collocated machines or physical machines for testing purposes.
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.4 Stats
67 Singularity Project - Operating system: FreeBSD, Quota: 20 Mb, IRC access: Yes, Services/programs: gcc, cc, perl, php, python, BitchX, pico, emacs, lynx, wget and ..... Background processes allowed: Yes, but NOT psyBNC, Eggdrop, BNC
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.4 Stats
68 Silence is Defeat Public Access UNIX Systems - Our mission is to enrich our culture, advance scientific research and recreation, we seek to introduce the general public to Open Source software by providing remotely accessible computing facilities for easier access to very useful Open Source software applications, used for daily tasks such as email, web browsing, newsgroups, web servers, compilers, bulletin boards, and file storage. As the Open Source community is powered by its users, introducing new users will advertly allow for growth within the Open Source community, and therefore allow for its progression.
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.4 Stats
69 The Deathrow OpenVMS cluster - Server: OpenVMS on VAX/Alpha - Services: IRC usage is allowed but no bots/relays/etc.
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.3 Stats
70 M-Net - FreeBSD server - services: email, pop3, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs (quota: 500kb)
Category: Free Shells Up
0 0.3 Stats
71 Nic.Nac.Project - Free Debian GNU/Linux Shells Since 2002. >2000 Users active. SSH, 100 MB Quota, background processes, email and more. Accounts are postcard-ware. No money.
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.3 Stats
72 www.silvertree.org - Server: FreeBSD 7.2, Intel P4 2.8, 2GB RAM -- Services: 50 MB of disk space, access to mail via POP3/IMAP (SSL available), web mail, Shell access via SSH, personal webspace (www.silvertree.org/~user), can compile own programs, IRC bots allowed
Category: Free Shells Down
0 0.3 Stats
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