Actually, there's nothing "little" about this. It's over 500 pages of very precise and specific Panther detail. Don't let the redundant title (OS Ten 10.3 ???) set you back: this is a good guide to Panther.
I liked that the author didn't completely ignore Terminal. There are some mistakes here and there:
If you're a power user, you'll be pleased to know that such shells as zsh,csh, tcsh and plain old share (are) also available for Panther.
The Share shell? A little later:
However, Unix doesn't search the directory you are currently in.
Right: Unix doesn't search anything, and Bash etc. search $PATH..
But this is nit-picking. This book is worth having if you are new to Panther (and are not we all?).
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