64 bit UNIX like operating systems - a free root account

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by kartik.solaris@gmail.com, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Guest

    To learn, a free root account, is a tool. It may not be a bad idea to
    avail of the free root access I provide. Via such free account, 64 bit
    hardware issues, device drivers, system performance, internet
    architecture, browsers such as lynx, and applications on a UNIX like
    operating system, may, be delved into. Issues in, Vista, networking,
    mainframe, animation, etc, may be, via appropriate use of a free root
    account, to some extent, resolved. For inconveniencing you, I
    apologize.

    You may install some compilers(licensed), etc...you may install/build,
    test....if there are issues, contact me.


    Now, to avail of free root access, first login to one system:
    telnet trainingzone.getmyip.com (username: unix password: no
    password,
    hit enter), then,


    telnet 192.168.0.108 AND/OR telnet 192.168.0.128
    (username:root password: no password, hit enter).


    Updates about the free training, free root account, will be made
    available on:
    http://www.kartik.com/FreeUNIXaccount.html


    Do not hesitate to contact me. Contact me at: ,
    and/
    or, at, or contact me, via my web page.


    Comfort and Peace, I wish for you.


    Kartik Vashishta
     
    , Apr 17, 2009
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    Malke, Apr 17, 2009
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