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Spawning new terminal windows from the command line in OpenStep 4.2

Hi all,

Im trying to figure out what the command would be to launch terminal windows from the command line in Open Step 4.2 . (looking for something similiar like /usr/bin/xterm or /usr/bin/dtterm etc)

echo $TERM = vt100

echo $SHELL = /bin/csh

Im combing over alot of OpenStep 4.2 and other apple related docs with little success.

Let me know if anybody needs further info to answer this question any help is appreciated !

EDIT: Im trying to launch new terminal windows not just change shells

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:::EDITED BY Kelam Magnus:::

yeniaoer...



READ THE FAQ...

DO NOT report a post b/c you want an answer to the question...

Consider this a first slap on the wrist.....FOR YENIAOER ONLY.



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Kelam_Magnus
[B]yeniaoer (who I suspect is the OP) filing this report under another user name. Since yeniaoer has zero posts...

sorry not me, you may want to try pm'ing the user and asking why my post was reported.

READ THE FAQ...

read it didnt see anything relevant to my question. Maybe you see something I dont?

To clarify im trying to launch new terminal windows from the command line not just change shells
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okay my bad...

It seemed to be suspicious circumstances. Since that user had only just been created and had no questions submitted on the forums.

I apologize if I assumed too much.


Disregard my post if that other guy wasnt you.
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