A while ago I wrote about the networksetup command, which provides a command-line interface to network preferences, as well as the systemsetup command, which provides command-line control over additional system-level preferences. In the past those commands were stored in the labyrinthian:
Finally Apple has put those commands in a location the shell recognizes as a command path. In Leopard they reside in the far more sensible:
Really now. Was that so hard?