[svlug] Public Access Unix System?

Rajeev Arora rajeev_aurora at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 16 18:43:18 PDT 2002

well, public access systems are free for anyone. they
are usually run by volunteers on donated equipment and
bandwidth. i have found some to be very impressive.
freeshell.org runs netbsd on alphas (great machines)
and have a huge pipe to the net.

i was wondering if the bay area has any such system. i
currently use freeshell for email, home page, but they
are based in washington state and they dont run linux
- my efforts to sell linux failed. :(

such systems also contribute in building online
communities (see www.cyberspace.org) which makes me
believe that its a good idea to have one in the

if we dont have one already, would anyone be
interested in building one?

--- Edward Roper <eroper at WANfear.com> wrote:
> Well define public access. I host free shell
> accounts for folks but it depends
> what you want the shell for ;)
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2002 at 04:47:15PM -0700, Rajeev
> Arora wrote:
> > does anyone know of a local public access unix
> system
> > like www.freeshell.org or www.arbornet.org? 
> > 
> > thanks,
> > raj
> > 
> --
> Edward Roper <Eroper at WANfear.com>                 
> 408.893.6344
> WANfear Corporation                               

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