TMO To Go Podcast - Mac Geek Gab: Back to MP3 - Terminal Trip, Part 1
by , 2:45 AM EDT, October 18th, 2005
Show notes for TMO To Go: Mac Geek Gab For October 18th, 2005
Direct Links: MP3 Version. No Enhanced show (yet!) this week. We'll be building a separate feed for the enhanced show. More news to come.
This week, John and Dave fire up the terminal and walk through some of their favorite utilities, focusing on the basics. Included are little tips to make your trips to the terminal easier, and Dave even details a way to change the default reader for MAN pages. Check it out, and be sure to catch next week's follow-up where they dig even deeper.
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