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UNIX Shell in a Browser

Have you ever been intrigued with UNIX shell? Did you want to get a taste of what using an UNIX shell is like, but don't want to install Linux on your computer?

Now you can give it a try without all the head-ache associated to installing and managing an UNIX operating system. It's called JS/UIX. JS/UIX is a virtual UNIX shell that runs in your web browser. You can freely use it to learn UNIX and give UNIX shell a spin. This virtual UNIX shell uses JavaScript to emulate the UNIX environment.

So far, I haven't figured out how to copy-and-paste between a JS/UIX terminal. But once we figure that out, it would be really powerful, because we'll be able to "save" persistent data.

Chieh Cheng
Fri, 06 Feb 2009 00:40:22 +0000

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