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Mac OS X: The Missing Manual, Tiger Edition by David Pogue

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Terminal’s Window Preferences

Like most applications, Terminal has a Preferences command. Among other things, it’s one way to switch from bash to a different shell. (Turn on “Execute this command” and then type /bin/bash for bash, or /bin/csh for tsch. Then open a new Terminal window.)

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