What is the tool for this?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Wed Jun 1 21:57:55 UTC 2016

I am willing to guess I pay more for shellworld than many do for panix, 
but I have my reasons.
As you referenced the service in this context I am to assume I can run 
all of  the programs you speake of from their shell?
thanks for unonconv, I believe that is what I require.

On Wed, 1 Jun 2016, Henry Yen wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 01, 2016 at 17:07:00PM -0400, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> My Linux experience is rooted at shellworld which is now using Ubuntu.
> I'd like to put in a plug for panix.com, which is an outstanding shell
> provider, run by unix experts (they run netbsd). They have boatloads of
> software, constantly checked and updated. However, they're not cheap.
>> Is there a program like antiword or unrtf to convert PowerPoint at the
>> command line?
> openoffice/libreoffice do command-line conversions, e.g. .ppt to .pdf.
> Never done that myself, but there are plenty of google hits.
> Also, there is "unoconv", which appears to be a front-end for this process.
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