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Where do i get free Unix account from

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Hey i was wondering where can i get free Unix account from. i had one at school but since the semister is over now its expired....
so plz let me know asap

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Nirav
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http://www.leftfoot.com/freeshells.htmlhttp://www.freebelt.com/freeshells.html are up-to-date lists of free Unix account providers - Check some of them out for the facilities you want.

Some of the providers have web-page signup, with others you just telnet to them and create your account from the login prompt. Performance varies depending on how popular the provider is....Good luck ;-)

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Did you find what you needed from those sites?
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