Reviews: Ubuntu free online linux server

3.7 out of 5

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zhyar mahdyMay 4, 2024

is not goo its to slow

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Zack WAWRYKDec 20, 2023

I was kicked for being offline, I was online.

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Hey JamesFeb 25, 2023

Extremely Slow

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Amarjit SripeshDec 20, 2022

I could not install gcc, even after entering the password correctly.

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Dũng TrầnJul 5, 2022

It just redirect you to THEIR emulator browser, it's not an pop-up F*uck you onworks

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Güldeniz ÖzdemirJun 28, 2022

hey, how ı can use pipe op??

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ChayapakApr 12, 2022

I use it for many years and it is very great! It has many distros you can choose. The sudo password is 123456. It is very great if you don't have enough money to buy a fast pc. It has around 2-3GB RAM, 32GB storage, located at Germany and hosted at Hetzner cloud platform. So you can do anything with this. It can save file or session. I give it 5 stars but if I can give more then I will give it 1000 stars!

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pPETER RUERUEJan 23, 2022

fantastic, i love the gnome, and it really helps on chrome book to use the fire fox browser.keep up the good work, i have been using this for 3 years, i gave it 5 stars, i would give it one hundred stars, because it is the best extension that google has ever used. kudos to the devellopers

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vibhash bhardwajJan 16, 2022

use command "su - " and then enter password 123456. You will enter into root . If doesn't work then enter "sudo passwd root" enter new password and then retype password and after successful change of password. Type "su -" and then enter password.

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SepulJul 13, 2021

So easy and so simple way to run linux without any conflict.

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