unoconv: Cannot find a suitable office installation on your system.
ERROR: Please locate your office installation and send your feedback to:
[root@moodle ~]# soffice --version
LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 00(Build:2)
[root@moodle ~]# whereis gs
gs: /usr/bin/gs /usr/share/man/man1/gs.1.gz
[root@moodle ~]# /usr/bin/gs --version
Q: In the moodle config, are the paths to ghostscript/unoconv other CentOS cli utilities/programs set in Moodle?
Ans: I don't the paths to ghostscript/unoconv. I only configure the path of ghostscript, not unoconv. I haven't set the paths to ghostscript/unoconv in any cli Moodle configuration file.
You mentioned "To be honest ... using unoconv is more difficult to set up and the listener can be problematic.
Ans: as my installation of unoconv is unsuccessful and the listenser can be problematic, I want to give up using unoconv. However, I have run the command "git clone https://github.com/dagwieers/unoconv.git", How can I undo this command? Is it of any harm?
You mentioned that "Might be easiest to use the Google Document Conversions option"
Ans: Can you share how to use this option? As our Moodle is being used heavily, I dare not to make great changes on Moodle. It is very dangerous if I crash the Moodle.
Thank you very much.