Warrick has been tested on a Unix platform and on Windows (using ActivePerl). It was written in Perl, so you need Perl 5 installed. You may also need to install the SOAP::Lite CPAN module if it's not already installed.
In order to recover a single page (for example, this one) and nothing else, you could run Warrick like so:
warrick.pl http://www.cs.odu.edu/~fmccown/research ... rrick.html
In order to reconstruct an entire website, you need to use the -r switch. Suppose the website foo.edu/~joe/ was suddenly lost. This is how to run Warrick to reconstruct the entire site using optional parameters -d and -o (quotes around the URL are usually only neccessary when it contains the "&" character):
warrick.pl -r -d -o warrick_log_foo.txt "http://foo.edu/~joe/"
-r : Recursively fetch more URLs
-d : Turn on debug output
-o : Put all warrick output in a log file
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