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    ****Some more shell providers****

    Heres a list of some more kewl shell providers...
    Hope u find it useful..
    By the way.. i would like to mention... www.hackerslab.org is a good site for begginers to learn something...


    Ok. Here goes the shell provider list
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    CSA Test Drive

    Hardware: Compaq Alpha Servers, Compaq ProLiant Servers, and Compaq DeskPro Systems
    Operating System: Debian Linux, FreeBSD, Kondara Linux, Linux Mandrake, Linux64, OpenVMS, Redhat Linux, SuSE Linux, Tru64 Unix, TurboLinux, Windows 2000
    Quota: Depends
    Connection: Fast
    IRC Access: No
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Unknown
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    The Test Drive Program is a free service of Compaq providing developers with access to new Compaq hardware running various Compaq and third party operating systems and applications. To get a free account, register and you will be able to use the shell account to log into the wide variety of systems on the Test Drive network. They have a firewall set up only allow incoming connections on specific ports. Attempts to connect to outside hosts will not work because of this.


    M-net

    Hardware: Unknown
    Operating System: FreeBSD
    Quota: 1 Mbyte
    Connection: Unknown
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: No
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    Telnet to m-net.arbornet.org and login as newuser. M-net offers over 125 different conference areas, real-time chat rooms, common UNIX utilities such as compilers, E-Mail, a homepage, and WWW access via lynx all for free. Users who want further access to Internet services such as telnet, ftp, and IRC are charged a modest fee, and also get the benefit of becoming an m-net patron or member.


    PAUS Public Access Unix System

    Hardware: Unknown
    Operating System: Linux
    Quota: 10 Mbyte /home, 5 Mbyte mail
    Connection: DSL, 3+Mbps down / 1+Mbps up
    IRC Access: No
    Background Proccesses Allowed: No
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    Telnet to theunixplace.com and login as new. You can do anything, but cannot use Internet. Donate or subscribe for Internet access.


    Polarfox@home

    Hardware: Pentium Celeron 733MHz with 512MB of RAM and 8GB of hard disk space
    Operating System: RedHat Linux and OpenVMS
    Quota: 10 Mbyte
    Connection: Unknown
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Yes
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    FTP access, webspace, POP3/IMAP e-mail, WAP mail reader, MySQL access, Perl, PHP, etc.


    Suburbia

    Hardware: Unknown
    Operating System: Debian Linux
    Quota: Unknown
    Connection: Unkown
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Yes
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    Due to the enormous number of requests we've had for shell accounts we have to be selective on our members. Please email helpdesk@suburbia.com.au and state why you'd like to use the services available on this system - it has to be a good reason (HINT: say your a programamer in need of a shell)!


    The Forest

    Hardware: Intel Pentium 166 MHz with 80MB RAM and 7 GB hard disk space
    Operating System: Slackware Linux
    Quota: 10 MB for /home, 5 MB for mail. More quota can be requested if needed for a good reason.
    Connection: ADSL (768kbps down/128kbps up).
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Yes
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet
    Other:
    A directory in the anonymous FTP area. POP3, Webmail access. Access to Pine, elm, Lynx, BX, IRCII, Micq, crontab, compilers, etc.


    the1.no-ip.com

    Hardware: Intel Pentium
    Operating System: Debian Linux
    Quota: depends
    Connection: DSL
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Yes
    Login Method: SSH
    Other:
    Hosted at the1.no-ip.com. E-mail the1@cia.zemos.net to get an account. Users have access to a browser (links), scanners (nmap and whisker), netcat, compilers (gcc/g++, perl, brain****), BitchX, and more

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    Hi th3spid3r.

    The Forest
    Hardware: Intel Pentium 166 MHz with 80MB RAM and 7 GB hard disk space
    Operating System: Slackware Linux
    Quota: 10 MB for /home, 5 MB for mail. More quota can be requested if needed for a good reason.
    Connection: ADSL (768kbps down/128kbps up).
    IRC Access: Yes
    Background Proccesses Allowed: Yes
    Login Method: SSH and Telnet Other:
    A directory in the anonymous FTP area. POP3, Webmail access. Access to Pine, elm, Lynx, BX, IRCII, Micq, crontab, compilers, etc.
    Sounds nice. Got a link for that one?
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    instronics, isn't that this one?:

    http://www.daforest.org/index.shtml

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    How did spider get banned? Im looking through posts but i dont see why he was banned yet. What happened?
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