Free IBM AIX Shell accounts??

Posted on 2005-05-10
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I have TN3270 emulator installed and is there a way to sign up somewhere for a free AIX shell account? Even its not free is there a link that I can take a look at it?
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yuzh earned 375 total points
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Have a look at:

If you only want to learn Unix, you can get any Unix/Linix shell account to do the job:

But you can alway install Linux (free), or Solaris x86 (intel) (Free) or FreeBSD etc to
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You can use modern vt220 and xterm emulator called putty instead.
AIX does not require you to have mainframe 3270 terminal

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