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Server & services:
- 3 load balanced T1s (Sprintlink and Savvis)
- 16332 ISDN/v.90/v.92 dialup numbers in the US & Canada
- SIGs, Music Compilations and Membership activities
- 10+ DEC Alphas (DS20L/DS10L) running NetBSD
- Supporter of the NetBSD project and The Computer History Museum in Mountain View California

Server: OpenBSD
Services: email, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs... (quota: 1Mb)

Server: ???
Services: email, ftp, telnet, lynx, personal webspace of 100K

Server: FreeBSD
Services: email, pop3, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs (quota: 500kb)

Server: ???
Services:email,pop3,ssh,irc,ftp,web space (quota: 1Mb)

Server: Linux
Services: pop3/web email, webspace, the complete set of UNIX/Gnu tools, quota: 2M

Server: Linux
Services: email, pop3, micq, ftp, personal webspace with cgi, ssi, eggdrop (quota: 10Mb)

Server: Linux
Services: Email, Webspace, subdomain if requested, web-based MessageBoard... (quota: 20Mb)

Server: Linux, FreeBSD, VAX (OpenVMS operating system)
Services: Email, pop3, irc, ftp, eggdrop... cool place on different operating systems!

Server: OpenVMS
Services: Free, but only a limited number of accounts will be granted. Standard access via Telnet or SSH. Mail handling via VMS MAIL or POP3/SMTP. Web space with scripting support. Access to Perl and C for programming.

Server: Linux
Services: pop3,pop2,imap,smtp,ftp,irc,mail,mail->SMS,compiliers, NO quota for now..

Server: Linux
Services: Only for people in Australia! Access via ssh, scp, ftp, pop3; basic and full shell access, domain hosting and/or seconding, mailing lists.

Free Shell accounts (ssh)
Free Email addresses (POP3/IMAPS) - webmail,mailing lists
Programing languages (C,C++,Perl,Python ...)
Web hosting with php4 mysql & postgresql, FTP
Domain hosting
Domain registration
Primary et secondary name servers

Server: OpenVMS on VAX/Alpha
Services: IRC usage is allowed but no bots/relays/etc.

Server: Debian Linux 3.0 on Dual Athlon 1800XP, Connection: DSL (1,5 Mkbit/384kbit) / VaxStation running OpenVMS
Services: Un-restricted shell access, gcc, screen, mc, mutt, BitchX, Web Hosting, 14 Background Processes, no general home-dir quota; But file-size is restricted to 32 MB max, one MySQL db per default (on request) and a VaxStation to the LAN for OpenVMS experience to the users :)
Note: Accounts are Postcard-ware.

Server: SunOS, Linux, IRIX
Services: email, web space...

Server: ???
Services: ???

Server: Linux
Services: IPv6, PHP, MySQL, personal subdomain, gcc, IRC access with eggdrop, BitchX, e-mech, one background processes allowed (quota: 10Mb)

Server: OpenBSD
Services/Info: SSH, POP3, Webmail, FTP, PHP, PostGreSQL (NO MySQL), IRC. NO PSYBNC/EGGDROP/MECH until 1-2 months of good behavior, decent amount of activity, and community support. Used to be and (25Mb Space & 25Mb Mail to start with)

Server: ???
Services/Info: No irc, Quota: 6Mb (shared between mail and web)

Server: Linux
Services/Info: Webmail, MySQL, PHP, 1 eggdrop... (quota: 10 Mb)

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: mail, webspace, perl... (quota 12Mb)

Server: Linux
Services/Info: SSH connection to a Linux host, an e-mail address (pop3 or webmail), 3 Mbytes of disk quota, a homepage like

Server: Linux/RedHat, Linux/Debian, OpenVMS/Alpha, OpenVMS/VAX, Solaris, Ultrix, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, HPUX, AIX
Services/Info: is non commercial, educative effort for popularization of shell enabled operating systems and Internet services, offering shell accounts and other services on all available systems.

Server: Linux/Debian
Services/Info: Mail, gcc, perl, php, eggdrop...

Server: Linux
Services/Info: ???

Server: OpenBSD
Services/Info: 50MB storage space, http access (, ftp access, ssh, telnet, and communication programs such as IRC, AIM, MSN, ICQ, Lily, and email.

Server: Freebsd 4.9 on a Quad 2.4 Xeon with 4 gigs of ram
Services/Info: About anything goes except for DoS, BNCs and IRC bots.

Services/Info: SSH access, access to all of the common Unix commands, Web-space, E-mail, IRC access via the BitchX IRC client, 10MB disk space.

Server: Sun Solaris 9
Services/Info: project phynix is a free unix-shells service. the goal purpose of the project is providing an educational environment for 'unix-newbies'.

Server: linux
Services/Info: public_html, php,cgi-bin on request, 3bg procesess, 50mb space , eggdrop allowed, access to compilers , bitchx, ftp , ssh access, and a lot of more...

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: Free Email - 5mb space, 2 processes / 1 IRC-connection, Free Web-Space - 50mb space, PHP & MySQL supports. Compilers, ssh and telnet has been disabled. BNCs are forbidden.

Server: Slackware 10.1
Services/Info: pop3, smtp/spamassasin/fetchmail, ssh2 only, irc/bitchx/eggdrop, mysql... IRC support: #aeshells

Server: Linux
Services/Info: French free shell server with mail, web, ftp, ssh, mysql, php...

Server: Linux on a 2048/512 dsl line with static ipv4 and ipv6
Services/Info: Free shell service reserved to italian users only. Psybnc eggdrop, ipv6, bitchx, irssi, 2 max process per user, usermin wget...

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: 5M disk quota as standard (more might be available if you can justify it), webspace (PHP enabled), an email address, crontab access (limited), access to all the standard UNIX command line tools and compilers, IRC access through BitchX...

Server: FreeBSD, Celeron II 700MHz
Services/Info: Access via SSH/SCP, e-mail, MySQL, webspace, PHP, 7 MB quota, IPv6 support, 1 bg, IRC access, NO bots or bouncers

Server: PA-RISC Debian Linux
Services/Info: Few restrictions, instant account additions, see webpage for more details.

Server: OpenBSD 3.7
Services/Info: Selective provider with 7 ipv4 vhosts, irssi/BitchX/eggdrop allowed, and background processes limited only by memory usage.

Server: Slackware Linux
Services/Info: Offering free shells for IRC access, eggdrop, php, webmail. Runs BitchX and irssi.

Server: Mandrake Linux
Services/Info: webpage, irc, gcc, pico , php , cgi scripts... quota: 10Mb

Server: Linux
Services/Info: offers free shell & email & web space for finnish / scandinavian people.

Services/Info: A large group of free shells providers have joined together on one IRC network and website. That network/site is known as ShellsNet, and is founded on the idea that different shell providers can help each other out in various ways, from sharing information about abusive users to admins helping each other with resolving technical issues...

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: Polish server. Full featured freebsd accounts suitable for developement, communication, php, unix scripting, etc.

Server: Linux (Fedora Core 2)
Services/Info: ???

Server: Debian GNU/linux 2, speed 2mbit down, 2mbit up
Services/Info: access to basic unix programs, donators will be able to use irc programs.

Server: OpenBSD 3.6 - Pentium 2 350hz, 128mb ram
Services/Info: 10mb quota for files (mail on seperate computer), webmail, IRC, WWW, FTP, SSH, NO BNC (and other IRC CRAP)

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: C compiler, perl, free eggdrop hosting, webhosting + php, BitchX, ircII, psybnc, telnet and ssh access, local ircd, and many more free of charge on FreeBSD systems.

Server: Mandrake 10
Services/Info: 5mb disk space quota, Bitchx access, gcc,cc, pico, php, cgi scripts, apache, public ftp, LYNX access, PHP/CGI scripts enabled

Server: freebsd 4.11
Services/Info: 30mb of storage with a public_html. If one wants more then 30mb then contact an admin and ask. Irssi, bitchx etc etc. can run psybnc if wanted.

Server: freebsd
Services/Info: One background proccess ( psyBNC,eggdrop allowed), 10MB of FREE web space, Access to all Vhosts ( )

Server: freebsd, openbsd, gentoo, and debian
Services/Info: perl, gcc, tcl, sh, irssi, BitchX, nano, pico, eggdrops, webhosting...

Server: linux
Services/Info: gcc, g++, tcl, perl, lynx, elinks, irssi, bitchx, screen, vim, pico, & MORE!

Server: Debian GNU/Linux
Services/Info: Telnet and SSH, gcc compiler, Perl, Python, shell scripting, IRC access to a local IRC server, Background processes, including detached sessions ("screen" command is available), FTP access (your own directory accessible via FTP), Your own crontab (running programs in specific periods of time) [new!]

Server: Debian Linux
Services/Info: Email:, Website:, Disk space is limited. Background processes are limited and can only be programs we have preinstalled on the system. [new!]

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: email/webmail,pop3,ssh,irc,ftp,web space,psybnc,eggdrop,muh,namserver (disk quota: 100mb) [new!]

Server: ???
Services/Info: Each account comes with 10Mb of space. SSH access. Full details are on the website. [new!]

Server: FreeBSD
Services/Info: 30mb of storage with a public_html. If one wants more then 30mb then contact an admin and ask. irssi, bitchx etc etc. can run psybnc if wanted.

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