I seem to have some issues with X11, which are almost certainly the result of my own ignorance, but I'm trying to learn. As I recall, the Panther terminal was now supposed to ship with a default shell bash. My terminal still defaults to tcsh. That's not a complaint, just an observation for others to be aware of. I don't know enough about it to know if this is good, bad or otherwise. I have noticed that my ability to customize X11s application menu is iffy at best. Some paths work, others seem to go nowhere. I check the path, and sure enough things are there as they're supposed to be, but the application menu just seems not to care. But what gets me is that when I enter a command which I know is good, i.e. montage (from ImageMagick), I get the response unmatched: tcsh' I am fairly certain that my path(s) are a bit goofy, and things don't lead where they always should. My question is, how do I straighten it all out? for information purposes, when I printenv PATH, my response is as follows: /sw/bin:/sw/sbin:/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/X11R6/bin Another question I have is, I thought we had the ability to switch between shells in terminal. Default to tcsh, but open a bash if you wish. If so, how does one do that, or is my assumption incorrect? thanks for any help. I've just discovered that while printenv DISPLAY yields nothing in Terminal, it does indeed yield :0.0 in xterm. I wonder why?