Posted by dmcrisan on 15-06-2012 13:55
I am a completely new user to Linux.
Whatever I do when converting a cdr file to svg terminal keeps giving the message
'uniconv: command not found'.
Should be simple! Go to where file is located ...... uniconv filename.cdr filename.svg
I read in one of the of the posts that due to a clash with an old yudit command also named uniconv the uniconv command had been changed to uniconvertor but that does not work either.
I have DreamLinux installed.
Python-Uniconvertor 1.1.4 also installed via Synaptic.
Python 2.6 Python 2.7 Python 3.2 installed.
Inkscape o.48.3.1 uninstalled as it it will not function since installing Uniconvertor.
i have completely uninstalled all the versions of Python and re-installed them. I have also uninstalled Inkscape and re-installed it but it refuses to work or even load at times since installing Uniconvertor so I have had to remove it.
I have a post in sK1 and think that it might be better to use that package instead of tearing my hair out trying to get a simple conversion to work.
I think there must be some part of the package that is not installed to keep getting this error.
Can you help me to identify what is causing this? If the command is not found I do not know where to look to find out what part of the package is missing.