I've fixed it, although I'm not sure which of these did it:

Put the name of the package in: 

gearbox quickstart -a -s project_name

pip install -e .

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:56:58 AM UTC-4, MHCPU wrote:
> I've recently installed Python 3.6.1 (using Anaconda 4.4.0) and Turbogears 
> 2.3.11 under RHEL 6.9.  This is for deployment of a site that is running in 
> development mode. Everything works so far on the deployment system -- the 
> app is runs successfully under Apache/mod_wsgi.
> However the tgshell command is missing from gearbox.  On my development 
> system I've installed the same versions of Turbogears and Python, and 
> "gearbox tgshell" works.  Is it "pip install tg.devtools" that should 
> install tgshell?  Is there a way to diagnose why it doesn't?
> Thanks for any help,
> Matthew

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