Free Shell Accounts

 

 

 

 

To register free account you need log using ssh(ex. putty) to unixssh.com port 44 as :

 

Login         : newx

Password      : newx

 

 

After correct log on server you are able to create free shell account.

 

- Remember that none no activation email is sent... then please remember password for your safety.
- Account is activated immediately after registration.
- Your vhost will be working after a few minutes(~20m).

 

Step-by-Step

 

 

 

 

 

FreeBSD shell account features :

 

 
 
 
CPU                     = 8x Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz
Max CPU Time            = 1 h
Hard drive              = 400 MB
Maximum process number  = 20
RAM                     = 512 MB 
VRAM                    = 3500 MB
MySQL                   = 100 MB 
Shell                   = tcsh, bash, sh, csh, ksh, zsh
Editors                 = Edit, Nano, vi, vim. 
 
 

OpenBSD shell account features :

 

 
 
 
CPU                     = 6x Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz
Max CPU Time            = 1 h
Hard drive              = 400 MB
Maximum process number  = 20
RAM                     = 256 MB 
VRAM                    = 2500 MB
MySQL                   = 100 MB 
Shell                   = tcsh, bash, sh, csh, ksh, zsh
Editors                 = edit, nano, vi, vim. 
 
 
 

NetBSD shell account features :

 

 
 
 
CPU                     = 6x Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz
Max CPU Time            = 1 h
Hard drive              = 400 MB
Maximum process number  = 20
RAM                     = 256 MB 
VRAM                    = 2500 MB
MySQL                   = 100 MB 
Shell                   = tcsh, bash, sh, csh, ksh, zsh
Editors                 = edit, nano, vi, vim.
 
 

Solaris shell account features :

 

 
 
 
CPU                     = 6x Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz
Max CPU Time            = unlimited
Hard drive              = 500 MB
Maximum process number  = 20
RAM                     = unlimited 
VRAM                    = unlimited
MySQL                   = 100 MB 
Shell                   = tcsh, bash, sh, csh, ksh, zsh
Editors                 = edit, nano, vi, vim.
 
Services:
 
 

 

 
SSH:
 
FreeBSD host = freebsd.unixssh.com ip = 213.155.190.100 port 22
OpenBSD host = openbsd.unixssh.com ip = 213.155.190.104 port 22
NetBSD host  = netbsd.unixssh.com ip  = 213.155.190.107 port 22
Solaris host = solaris.unixssh.com ip = 213.155.190.110 port 22
 
WWW:

 

 
PHP, GD, Curl, mod_rewrite, htaccess, htpasswd, memcache
 
- All website files must be located in public_html 
- Webiste address username.unixssh.com
- PHP disabled functions : phpinfo, mail, system, fopenexec, shell_exec, fsockopen, popen, dl, socket_*
 
DNS:
 
Each user is automatically assigned private vhost
 
ex. username.unixssh.com
 
 
FTP+SSL:
 
FreeBSD host = ftp.freebsd.unixssh.com port 21 SSL/TLS support
OpenBSD host = ftp.openbsd.unixssh.com port 21 SSL/TLS support
NetBSD  host = ftp.netbsd.unixssh.com port 21 SSL/TLS support
Solaris host = ftp.solaris.unixssh.com port 21 SSL/TLS support
 
MySQL:
 
Login name and database name have this same name like your login on server.
 
Access from website(ex. joomla)
 
Host : 127.0.0.1, localhost
Port : 3306 
 
Remote access : 
FreeBSD host = mysql.freebsd.unixssh.com port 3306 SSL or phpMyAdmin
OpenBSD host = mysql.openbsd.unixssh.com port 3306 SSL or phpMyAdmin
NetBSD host = mysql.netbsd.unixssh.com port 3306 SSL or phpMyAdmin
Solaris host = mysql.solaris.unixssh.com port 3306 SSL or phpMyAdmin
 
MAIL:
 
Maybe in future.
 
 

Environment :

 

 

 

FreeBSD

OpenBSD

NetBSD

Solaris

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