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What is GNUnix?

The name GNUnix is basically a combination of GNU/Linux and Unix, although most of you probably already know that GNU actually means "GNU is Not Unix." Originally, GNUnix is a small scale, free secure shell provider for students who wanted to learn more about GNU/Linux and/or Unix. Although I still give free Shell Account from time to time to a select few, GNUnix at the moment, is a web app development server that runs in semi-production mode.

Articles and Tutorials

I also try to write some articles and short tutorials for people who usually asked for it about GNU/Linux and Unix from time to time and post it here. If you have any requests just send me a message. See below for my contact info.

File Sharing

Also, from time to time I throw some random free codes/scripts, installers, cheatsheet, eBooks, etc. in the GNUnix Archive directory for people who are requesting for it so, you also might want to check out this directory from time to time for some good tech read.

Get in Touch

For general questions, requests, comments, or suggestions, you can email me at cs(dot)cornibus(at)gnunix(dot)co. You can also join me on my IRC channel called #GNUnix at irc.freenode.net. I'm online daily between 12:00 noon to 3:00 a.m. (UTC +08:00).

Served Locally With Limited Uptime

GNUnix is served locally from a re-purposed spare computer underneath my work desk. The "server" has an 8-Core CPU, 32GB RAM, and 500GB SSD, and runs on a Linux operating system. Unfortunately, because of its current state, I'm only able to run this server 12 to 18 hours daily. But, even though this server runs with a limited uptime, it does serve its purpose for me and my work perfectly. I do have plans of getting 99% uptime in the future though, I just don't have the right hardware for a proper server at the moment.

So if you come and revisit this page and it doesn't show up on your screen, it simply means the server, at that moment – is offline. I apologize for the inconvenience but I assure you the server will be up and running again within the day, you just have to come back again later.