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 Alternatively,​ you can run gschem from the command line using the ''​gschem''​ command. ​ You can run it without any arguments just to open a new, untitled schematic: Alternatively,​ you can run gschem from the command line using the ''​gschem''​ command. ​ You can run it without any arguments just to open a new, untitled schematic:
  
-<xterm>+<code>
 gschem gschem
-</xterm>+</code>
  
 or you can specify the names of some schematic or symbol files to open: or you can specify the names of some schematic or symbol files to open:
  
-<xterm>+<code>
 gschem mydesign.sch symbols/​resistor-1.sym gschem mydesign.sch symbols/​resistor-1.sym
-</xterm>+</code>
  
 If any of the schematic or symbol files you specify don't already exist, gschem will create a new, empty file with that name. If any of the schematic or symbol files you specify don't already exist, gschem will create a new, empty file with that name.
  
 gschem accepts several [[geda:​gschem_ug:​command_line|optional arguments]] that can be specified on the command line to alter its behaviour. ​ They are also detailed in the gschem manpage (which you can view by running ''​man gschem''​). gschem accepts several [[geda:​gschem_ug:​command_line|optional arguments]] that can be specified on the command line to alter its behaviour. ​ They are also detailed in the gschem manpage (which you can view by running ''​man gschem''​).
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