GNO/ME can be launched from a program launcher, such as the System 6.0 Finder. Launch the GNO Kernel program, kern by double clicking on it. The GNO kernel automatically executes the supplied GNO shell, gsh.
The prompt, "gsh# " indicates that gsh is ready to receive input from the keyboard.
To start a new gsh from the command-line simply type gsh. If multiple copies of the gsh process are undesirable, use the command source gsh instead. This is useful for testing changes made to the gshrc file. source is a built-in comand which is discussed in the Chapter called Builtin Command Reference.