Welcome to Webminal, the free GNU/Linux Online Terminal

The online terminal where you can learn about Linux, play with Linux and interact with other Linux users.


MAAH from cowsay!

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Features

 - Online Linux/bash terminal, no installation required.

 - Practice your Linux skills, including file system navigation,
   file management, scripting in bash/awk/sed and MySQL.

 - User gets 1MB (we can hear you yelling -what? just 1 MB not GB?,
   We believe this would be enough to learn simple basic commands 
   or bash scripts, we might increase disk space in future,
   but not promises :P) disk space for storing files.

 - User may create files upto 1000.

 - User may share file with fellow community member and ask them to
   verify/debug the issue with your script/program :).

 - The maximum size of files that the user may create is 1KB.

 - Maximum number of files a process can open is 15.

 - Simultaneously user can run upto 10 process (to prevent fork bomb 
   by malicious user/program).

 - User can't login more than once unless (s)he logout from his/her 
   previous session.

 - Create your own group and share files between the group members!
  

MySQL Features


- You are allowed to create upto 4 tables.

- Your database size should be less 200KB.

- You are allowed to execute upto 200 queries per hour.

- You are allowed to execute upto 100 update queries per hour.

- You can have only one mysql connection.

- You are _NOT_ allowed to sniff around other user databases.

- Your account will be blocked, If you violate above fair usage rules.
  Please use this feature for learning purpose only (no hacking/cracking).

Terminal Screencasting

If you want more clearer view - please click on "Full screen" mode and press play and adjust resolution to 720p HD on settings from below youtube video. (No Audio - Please turn off your speakers)

MySQL Terminal Screencasting

If you want more clearer view - please click on "Full screen" mode and press play and adjust resolution to 720p HD on settings from below youtube video.