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Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:46 pm
by unixssh – Free shell server provider based on FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD/Solaris.
On our servers you can run IRC bouncers, servers and bots. Also you can found many advanced and standard tools for programming or network diagnostics. Shell environment is very secure and protected from other users (home directory, process, etc.)

Shell features:

HDD: 400MB
MySQL: 100MB
RAM: 512MB
VRAM: 3500MB
Proc: 20

- You can run IRC bot, IRC server, Screen, tmux
- Personal website and vhost
- MySQL (local and remote access)
- FTP access
- SSH access to shell
- Extensive programming environment (C, C++, Perl, Python, JAVA(1.6, 1.7), PHP, Mono)
- A lot installed software on shell (Catalyst, Django, Zope, Pylons, Boost C++, nasm, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Erlang, MongoDB, Apache Maven, Tcl, Lua, Oidentd, Node.js, rhodecode, midnight commander, links, curl, unzip, unrar, unarj, unace, wget, git, cvs, rsync, subversion etc.
- irssi, epic5, weechat, screen, tmux, znc, eggdrop, oidentd, psybnc, etc

For more information check out our site or create account now

Port: 44 SSH
Login: newx
Pass: newx

If you have any question please please feel free to ask :)

Re: - Free shell server

Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 6:47 pm
by Syzop
I got asked whether we should allow this post or not (adveritising, but for something free). I don't know... if anyone has some strong opinions about it let me know ;)

Sure, can make a special section "Shell providers" of the forums for it... but.. we only have 1 post at this point so that seems rather over the top. Thus off-topic seems logical (?)

On topic: in general, from time to time there are people providing free shells. If you want to toy around, play a bit with setting up irc, on a free shell then sure.. if you want to.. why not. Of course, unless you know the people behind it, I would not recommend it for hosting anything serious or if you have privacy concerns, this as you have no idea who will access your files, look at your traffic, etc. etc... root can do all that (yeah SSL traffic too) :)

Re: - Free shell server

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 8:29 pm
by unixssh
Off topic section is enough for me :). I am not worry about security because user environment is separate from root system and also user home directory is not accessible to other users.

Thanks for allowed me post here this advert :P.