This means no three points on any line, not just lines in the X or Y directions.
A000755 gives the total number of solutions (as opposed to the number of equivalence classes).
It is conjectured that a(n)=0 for all sufficiently large n.
Flammenkamp's web site reports that at least one solution is known for all n <= 46 and n=48, 50, 52.
From R. K. Guy, Oct 22, 2004: (Start)
"I got the no-three-in-line problem from Heilbronn over 50 years ago. See Section F4 in UPINT.
"In Canad. Math. Bull. 11 (1968) 527-531, MR 39 #129, Guy & Kelly conjecture that, for large n, at most (c + eps)n points can be selected, where 3c^3 = 2pi^2 i.e. c ~ 1.85.
"As recently as last March, Gabor Ellmann pointed out an error in our heuristic reasoning, which, when corrected, gives 3c^2 = pi^2, or c ~ 1.813799." (End)
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