On a windows 10 bottle, using cmd.exe or winconsole cmd, I'm getting syntax errors and not recognised errors.
The exact same .cmd script runs perfectly on a Windows 10 machine, but fails on crossover 19.
If Else will fail because it's not interpreting brackets as showing the else belonging to the same logical line as if.
I checked that the script has windows file endings because it's been copied in from the linux host.
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