Providers of free, remotely accessible Unix and GNU-Linux shell accounts. Shells are frequently used for IRC access, software development, and email. Most free shell providers don't allow IRC bots, and discourage users from perpetually idling on IRC. See Top: Computers: Internet: Chat: IRC: Shell Providers for free and commercial IRC shells. See Top: Computers: Software: Operating_Systems: Unix: Shell for Unix Shell related resources.
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Free shell accounts hosted on Gentoo Linux. 50 MB quota, 2 background processes. Services including IRC access (no bots or bouncers), compilers and interpreters, email programs and webhosting (no PHP/CGI).
Free Linux shells for Australian residents. IRC, mail and web hosting.
Community providing services including free UNIX shells and email. No hard quotas, IPv6, servers are linked with a mesh VPN.
Free shell provider with IPv6 IRC connectivity. 5 MB quota. Services include email and webhosting. Custom vhosts for your IPv6 address available.
Free Debian Linux shells. IRC without bots or BNC on a DSL connection with full compiler access. Postcard-ware.
Free SunOS shells with IRC, compilers. No bots permitted. Requires verification of user's identity.
SDF Public Access UNIX System
One of the oldest UNIX shell providers with a DS-3 connection. No IRC without membership fee.
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