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Hi, I'm looking for an affordable ($5/month or thereabouts) shell hosting for development on OS/X. Python and a C compiler are mandatory. GNU Make would be nice too. Any ideas? It doesn't have to be a big company; if any private individual with a fixed IP would like to spare some CPU cycles for a pint of good ale once a month, here's your chance.
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