Paths in this document are often written as Linux / Solaris represents them, with foreslashes (/) rather than Windows/DOS backslashes (\). The shell command oware makes any shell subsequently emulate a bash shell. That means either foreslash or backslash can accurately represent path separators as they may appear, depending on whether the oware command has set the environment to bash emulation. Most shell commands for this application are available in Windows/DOS equivalents structured to call the emulator, then a bash script. If you have difficulty using a command line script in Windows/DOS, then try it after you have run oware or . ./etc/.dsienv.
Run command line scripts with -? to see their parameters.
Do not install to paths with spaces in their names.