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# 8  
Old 08-09-2001

hey, can you tell me where i can find a webspaces that has a connection to telnet, because i couldnt find one. Let me know, thanks.Smilie
# 9  
Old 08-10-2001
Well, the two free shell accounts that I have used in the past are both non-operable right now, but here they are anyways:
Try searching for "free shell account"...

# 10  
Old 08-10-2001

Wait! Try this:

It's's ( aka ) new server...
Make a free account, and you can get for youe webspace... 20 meg free room too....

Have fun, and good luck!
# 11  
Old 08-10-2001
Data thanks

thats for the help in finding that, although i think it will take a lot of getting used to, to work it. but how do i incorporate my current html and java files into this shell? im not really sure how to work this like i worked angelfire, which was really clear and all i did was html and java. thank you for all the helpSmilie
# 12  
Old 08-14-2001
Well, if you have copies of your HTML and .class files, you can upload them via ftp to that site. You log in with the same username:passwd as telnet, and place them in the (I think) 'html' directory. After that, you will need to play with chmod, and you can get your files in order how you want them!
# 13  
Old 08-14-2001
This may be a bit out there, but at one point and time I ran some chmods via a FTP client. I forget what the client name was, but I used this to chmod some flat files for a cgi script.

I wish I could toss you some more information, but the machine that client was loaded on is long gone, but I got the FTP app from (that I remember).

Good luck,
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