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Hi, once you run ./docvert-web.py it will be available at http://localhost:8080 . There are also some command line parameters that will make it available on other ports.
Unfortunately the Debian/Ubuntu maintainer no longer packages Docvert, and those packages use the out-of-date PHP version.
I imagine that it will work on any modern Ubuntu or Debian however as I'm using Mint (which is very similar to Ubuntu) then I'll recommend that. I'm using Mint 12.04.
However if you do have another Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux around then please just try that. It's fairly easy to install.
After installing that I just do this to get it going,
sudo apt-get install libreoffice python-uno python-lxml python-imaging pdf2svg librsvg2-2
then in another terminal
and browse to http://localhost:8080
Which exact version of Python, lxml, and LibreOffice/OpenOffice are you running?
Are you using Ubuntu 6.06? If so, that means you're using a linux distro from June 2006... a 6 year old distro that builds upon a 6 year old version of OpenOffice won't be able to handle most conversions.
When you say that the version is 4.07 what do you mean? Which version... Docvert? If so, please use the latest version.
I tried the above on Ubuntu 12.04, and got:
erelsgl@erel-biu:/host/lxml$ python /host/docvert/docvert-web.py
So I tried to install lxml.tree, but got errors during build...
So if you're saying that if you type,
apt-get install python-lxml
You get install errors? That sounds like a distribution problem, but can
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 8:17 PM, erelsgl email@example.com wrote:
No, I already have python-lxml:
erelsgl@erel-biu:/host/lxml$ sudo apt-get install python-lxml
But I still get the same error "No module named lxml.etree" (so I tried to
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 10:29 AM, Matthew Holloway <firstname.lastname@example.org
Hmm.. maybe it's available only under a particular version of Python. Try,
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 9:48 PM, erelsgl email@example.com wrote: