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The only thing I didn't like was that they were all separate PDF's. So, I renamed each PDF to it's page numbering, so that they were pretty much all in order, and then just did:


gs -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE -q -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile=lsf116.pdf 01.pdf 03.pdf 04-05.pdf 08-014.pdf 016-017.pdf 018-021.pdf 023.pdf 024-025.pdf 026.pdf 028.pdf 030.pdf 031.pdf 032-037.pdf 038-039.pdf 040-041.pdf 042-049.pdf 052-055.pdf 056-059.pdf 060-063.pdf 064-067.pdf 068-069.pdf 070-073.pdf 074-079.pdf 080-081.pdf 083.pdf 084-087.pdf 088-089.pdf 090-093.pdf 094-095.pdf 096-099.pdf 100-103.pdf 104-110.pdf


now I have one PDF that I can read nice and easily :)


Oh, if anyone notices that there are missing pages from my output above, this is because I didn't want the adverts in my PDF that I created so I can just read what's important to me. Of course, I could have included them, but then I have them from the original zip provided from tuxradar anyhow.

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