"There are times when you need to combine multiple files from
diverse sources into a single PDF file. In Windows or the MacOS
it's easy--use Adobe Acrobat. Sadly, Adobe hasn't deigned to put
out a version of Acrobat for Linux, but there are a number of Linux
utilities available that enable you to quickly and efficiently
combine PDF files. This article looks at three command line
utilities: Ghostscript, joinPDF, and pdfmeld. Each does a good job
of combining PDF files, and they all pack some interesting
"Ghostscript is a package that enables you to view or print
PostScript and PDF files to other formats, or to convert those
files to other formats. It's a popular tool among Linux users, but
what many people don't know is that Ghostscript is also a powerful
tool for combining PDF files..."
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