OT: a PDF Question

Willem van der Walt wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Tue Aug 19 03:33:58 EDT 2008

The imagemagick package has a number of command-line tools.
One of them called convert should do what you want, you will just have to 
read some man pages.
start with man convert and take it from there.
Regards, Willem

On Mon, 18 Aug 2008, Alex Snow wrote:

> Hi,
> I've been doing a lot of scanning of books lately, and was trying to 
> figure out how to do this in linux.  I have a book completely scanned 
> using Sane, with each page in a separate image file.  My question is, is 
> there a program that can put all these image files into a single pdf, 
> one image per page, for easier storage? with the right program making 
> PDFs from books in linux would be extremely easy, but I haven't found 
> this program.  I know the pdfs wouldn't be OCR'ed, but I would do that 
> with finereader or the like in windows since it seems better then 
> anything out there for linux currently.
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