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Hi there,
      I want a Free Unix Shell Account that I can telnet on this and run IRC program. Please tell me where to get it??
      Note : I have two free account 1 on sdf.lonestar.org and another on cyberspace.org but I can't run IRC on those

      Thanx 4 reading !
Tia
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I've tried all but It's not free or I can't run IRC on this !
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