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I am also offering free shell accounts:
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Thanks for posting these here ronsor.
#3
So if IRC is banned, are Voice Chat programs (e.g: TS3, Mumble) banned too?

Additionally, what is the difference between a shell and a VPS? Is a shell a literal
Code:
bash
command given a set max amount of disk space? Or something else?
Sorry I am new to the world of VPS Tongue

Also what is the bandwidth limit (if any) on these?

Thanks,
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(06-01-2015, 07:12 PM)Scáth Wrote: Additionally, what is the difference between a shell and a VPS? Is a shell a literal
Code:
bash
command given a set max amount of disk space? Or something else?
Sorry I am new to the world of VPS Tongue

VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.
#5
(06-02-2015, 12:40 PM)abhe Wrote:
(06-01-2015, 07:12 PM)Scáth Wrote: Additionally, what is the difference between a shell and a VPS? Is a shell a literal

Code:
bash
command given a set max amount of disk space? Or something else?
Sorry I am new to the world of VPS Tongue

VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.

You are correct, and Scath: unmetered disk and bandwidth
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(06-02-2015, 12:40 PM)abhe Wrote:
(06-01-2015, 07:12 PM)Scáth Wrote: Additionally, what is the difference between a shell and a VPS? Is a shell a literal
Code:
bash
command given a set max amount of disk space? Or something else?
Sorry I am new to the world of VPS Tongue

VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.

OpenVZ is not full root access. You can't change the kernel
#7
(06-02-2015, 06:12 PM)Conan Wrote:
(06-02-2015, 12:40 PM)abhe Wrote:
(06-01-2015, 07:12 PM)Scáth Wrote: Additionally, what is the difference between a shell and a VPS? Is a shell a literal

Code:
bash
command given a set max amount of disk space? Or something else?
Sorry I am new to the world of VPS Tongue

VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.

OpenVZ is not full root access. You can't change the kernel

I consider low-level driver and kernel access Super-Root.
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(06-02-2015, 12:40 PM)abhe Wrote: -snip-
VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.
If we have unlimited ram, what is to stop a user from doing this?
Code:
mount tmpfs <mountpoint>
for virtually unlimited ramdisk space? I guess most shells disable mount/umount?

Also @ronsor, could u pm me the abilities of this shell (execute downloaded programs, port / deamons allowed etc? This sounds interesting for my purposes.
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#9
(06-02-2015, 08:16 PM)Scáth Wrote:
(06-02-2015, 12:40 PM)abhe Wrote: -snip-
VPS means you have full root access (can add user, modify user, configure server, or even delete the whole system by typing rm -rf / from any administrator's privilege account), while a shell means you have a standard user with no administrator's privilege (limited command can be executed).

Correct me if I am wrong.
If we have unlimited ram, what is to stop a user from doing this?
Code:
mount tmpfs <mountpoint>
for virtually unlimited ramdisk space? I guess most shells disable mount/umount?

Also @ronsor, could u pm me the abilities of this shell (execute downloaded programs, port / deamons allowed etc? This sounds interesting for my purposes.

mount(8?) requires root privleges. The shell you can run downloaded programs, daemons are allowed, outside network access, SSH Tunnel allowed
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#10
FYI, I asked ronsor about the disk space. It appears extra space can be purchased at a rate of 0.1 points / MB.
He also says the CPU is running @ 3.0GHz, with 6 vCores.

Has SQLite already installed.

Just some food for thought for those interested!
Scath
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