We use Apple's Time Machine to back up our Apple 10.5.8 workstations at the office.
If I want to restore a file, I need to open up the Time Machine GUI and browse files there. The GUI is ugly eye-candy and gets in my way.
Is there a way to browse the Time Machine archive using the Mac's command-line?
I'm used to Netapps and other storage appliances. I use backintime for my Ubuntu workstation. To restore a file with one of those systems, you can restore a file with a simple command like:
cp .snapshot/daily.0/filename.txt .
cp /backup/backintime/20100611-000002/backup/etc/shadow /etc/shadow
Is there an equivalent for Apple's Time Machine?