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bludin #1
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Subject: file2dw or odtplus2dw on Raspian
I've installed DW on a RPi3B+ running Raspian Stretch lite and it works very well so far.
Now I've tried to install the file2dw or odtplus2dw plugins.
They install fine but fail when I try to import an .odt file.
Which is nor surprising, because according to the docs at https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:file2dw some additional packages need to be installed, using (under Debian)
sudo apt-get wget default-jre php5-xsl libreoffice-writer
or
sudo apt-get wget default-jre libreoffice-writer
However, when I try this, I get an error saying
E: Invalid operation wget
Can anybody tell me how to go on from here? Is it possible at all to run these plugins on Raspian distro?
TIA,
Beat

PS: I'm a newbie with respect to DW and a near-newbie with respect to Linux, so please bear with me.
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turnermm (Moderator) #2
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Remove wget.  It downloads things from the web.  To install software you simply want apt-get.
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cziehr #3
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There is an argument missing in your command. You have to tell apt-get what to do.

sudo apt-get install wget default-jre php5-xsl libreoffice-writer

should work.
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turnermm (Moderator) #4
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Right.  I missed that.
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bludin #5
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Thanks a lot for your help - that was it.
Actually, I think it should be INSTALL instead of WGET, otherwise it tries to install wget (which doesn't do any harm but isn't intended, I presume)
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