- Installing and upgrading
- Installation overview
- General installation requirements
- Installing on Ubuntu Linux
- Installing on CentOS Linux
- Installing on SuSE
- Installing on Windows Server 2008 R2
- Installing on Windows 7
- Installing on Windows (Server)
- Installing on Mac OS X
- Installing on Synology DSM
- Configuring PHP.INI
- Configuring the database
- OpenOffice / LibreOffice
- OpenCV (facial recognition)
- Alternative installation
- User management
- Advanced user group options
- Customising ResourceSpace
OpenOffice / LibreOffice
You will need to install a utility called Unoconv which allows conversion between different document formats in Open Office.
sudo apt-get install unoconv
You must also add the following line to config.php
Next start the unoconv listener by enter the following into the Command line/Terminal:
unoconv --listener &
It should start its own listener but it is mostly required to run this command in order to ensure that it will work correctly.
The default file extensions that will be previewed with Open office are:
An alternative method for previewing Office formats is to use QuickLook to get previews on the Mac, but using Unoconv enables page previewing and an automatic PDF alternative version of the file.
From version 9.2 you can prevent the system from adding the automatic PDF alternative by including the extension this is not desired for in the configuration option non_image_types.
On Linux the following willl start the unoconv listener on startup so no need to worry about starting the listener on reboots.
Create a file /etc/init.d/local
#! /bin/sh unoconv --listener &
sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/local update-rc.d local defaults 80