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Friday, July 07, 2006


Need a free, fast compiler or just want to learn Unix/Linux? Then, get a free unix Account and learn C, C++, mysql/SQL, Php, Perl, Java and the list goes on.


You really don't have to download 400 Megabytes of Visual C++ Express from Microsoft to be able to compile and run C/C++. You can also get Perl, Java, webspace, mysql, and even more for free! You even don't have to install a dual OS booting system. All you need to do is sign up for a free Unix/Linux account.

You can use SSH or Cygwin or Putty to connect to the Unix machines and you are ready to go.
Essentials:
  • SSH (I like this one due to ease of use Gui and ftp facilities).
  • Sign up with any one of these sites and then checkout web tutorials on Unix or whatever you want to use within the Unix system.
http://www.systemshell.net

http://www.kverka.no

http://a2b2.com/

http://freeshells.mtveurope.org/

http://furry.doesntexist.org

http://nullshells.com/

http://www.disflux.com

http://www.bobshells.be/

http://www.boinc.ch/

http://www.exodus.ro

www.weed.se

geekshells.org

dieguin.no-ip.org

darktech

freeshell

sdf

grex.org

m-net.arbonet.org

xox

rootshell

daforest

vectorstar

polarhome

vmsbox

titanix

bur

full-house

deathrow

nic nack project

aragon

magnesium

cyberrunners

metawire

jvds

linuxnetbox

unixdaemons.com

celuloza

polarhome

shells.thinkgeek

biglamers

silenceisdefeat

hbx

hwee

phynix.darkwired.org

zsuatt

rulex.net

aeshells

wanadobe

freeshell.simosnap.com

freebsd.prohostuk.net

www.celebris.net

the1.no-ip.com

www.mlg3.net

zerged

www2.steve-gibbs.co.uk

suxxbox

shellsnet

bsd.miki.eu.org

chules

freeshell.datadrain.org

jiyu.gnook.org

http://shell.yaphog.org

www.gibbs-hosting.co.uk

plexerv.info

www.phoenix-network.org

www.shells.oceanius.com

1 Comments:

Blogger nikhil said...

Just use g++ locally, try dev-c++ or try the borland compiler. Perl, java and everything else would still be just about a 100mb. Name one non-bloated, actually useful, non crashing microsoft product

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