acutally, i was wondering whether there is a way to do it in command line <-- i am telneting to a os x box, my default is tcsh, i'd like to change it to bash
In my opinion, os x is by far the best os out there, it's stable, powerful and easiest to use (to new computer users in general.) It has full advantage of UNIX, yet it has a basic system structure (Application, System, Library folder) that won't confuse beginners/windows users. For others, you can access the tradiational unix structure via a terminal. On top of everything, apple script can make life even easier --> that's the language that's even easier than vb in my opinion, it's almost pure ENGLISH.
BUT ... (there is always a but to everything, isn't it) it sucks that it only runs on apple hardware and apple will probably never release a windows version like they did with itune. Apple makes very elegant stuff, don't get me wrong, but it's a little pricey for user like me ......
i am used to linux CLI, and spoiled by its nice utilities such as apt, rpm, yast, when i merge to unix, i feel my head is expanding agian <-- like i first did with linux.
Still... i like apple. iPod is awesome, yet i only hope to own one.