free one-click cloud-hosted linux boxes [3 hrs]
#11
Three hours and requires no sign up...... which is very nice for me to test my applications.

Thanks for sharing this piece of useful information.
#12
(2016-12-17, 9:00:38 am)Nevermind23 Wrote:  Paste is not working, it's a bit sad, but anyways good website, thanks for sharing

Yes, it does work. To paste somthing you have to simply press and hold these keys: Ctrl + Shift + V
#13
(2016-12-17, 5:19:41 pm)HXY Wrote:  Yes, it does work. To paste somthing you have to simply press and hold these keys: Ctrl + Shift + V

Thanks a lot, I have tried CTRL + V, SHIFT + V, solution was CTRL + SHIFT + V )))
#14
@Nevermind23 You are welcome.

@Lux
I've read their FAQ here: https://termbox.io/faq and it says: " Every box gets 512MB RAM, a single CPU and 10GB disk."
But I've got only 256MB with Ubuntu. Have they decreased the amount of RAM , or it depends on OS version?
#15
(2016-12-17, 9:48:54 pm)HXY Wrote:  @Nevermind23 You are welcome.

@Lux
I've read their FAQ here: https://termbox.io/faq and it says: " Every box gets 512MB RAM, a single CPU and 10GB disk."
But I've got only 256MB with Ubuntu. Have they decreased the amount of RAM , or it depends on OS version?

It might be a bug for 256.
Arch Linux and CentOS got 512 for me.
hi, I'm tmwc.
I'm not active here anymore.
#16
Might be random. Probably upto 512mb. I'm getting 256 aswell for Cent.
Quote:System Info
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Processor : Intel® Atom™ CPU C2750 @ 2.40GHz
CPU Cores : 1
Frequency : 2393.902 MHz
Memory : 243 MB
Swap : MB
Uptime : 1 min,

OS : \S
Arch : x86_64 (64 Bit)
Kernel : 4.4.12-hyper
Hostname : centos
#17
I wonder where it's being hosted? They claim it's wildly cheap for them.
#18
(2016-12-18, 6:27:33 am)rog Wrote:  I wonder where it's being hosted? They claim it's wildly cheap for them.

From what I've seen Termbox is hosted at Scaleway.
Dply's Digital Ocean, and Digital Ocean is billed by hour, really cheap.
hi, I'm tmwc.
I'm not active here anymore.
#19
I've asked termbox about docker support, and they are looking into it [there is a kernel issue with it right now] - could be very interesting.
#20
@The Man Who Can
I got 256MB on CentOS before. I guess @Lux is right?

@rog
They're using hourly billing for their providers




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