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I recommend pdf-xchange-viewer. It runs using wine. In my Debian 7 works very well. I use it a lot to annotate PDFs, add/remove pages, bookmarks, etc. According to their web page for signatures support you need the Pro version (paid).


Maybe is a long shot, but I use pdflatex. I create a file (with a script or whatever) of the style: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \includegraphics[width=0.95\textwidth]{img000}\par \includegraphics[width=0.95\textwidth]{img001}\par [...] \includegraphics[width=0.95\textwidth]{img200}\par \end{document} And then run it ...


That depends on what you want to do. There are many programs that can produce PDF files. You can install cups-pdf as suggested by @Anthon to be able to print to PDF from any program, and you can also use one or more of: LaTeX : a professional typesetting language that can produce PDFs via pdflatex. ps2pdf : converts postscript documents to PDFs. You can ...


You can install cups-pdf which gives you the ability to print to PDF from any package. The output files normally show up in ~/PDF (as the printer driver has no way to ask you where to store the file it creates) E.g. in Firefox do Ctrl+P and then select the PDF printer: Sorry for the missing Droste effect


A quick Google searchs turns up the PDF Javascript Stripper, which appears to do just that. But bear in mind that PDF is a subset of Postscript, which is a Turing-complete language. So there may be other attack vectors, not just embedded JavaScript (even if that arguably is the biggest one), and it’s thus mathematically impossible to know that your PDF is ...


Sounds like it's ignoring the per-user settings. You can change the sytemwide setting by editing /etc/mailcap.order, the syntax is fairly simple: first-choice-app-name:mime-type second-choice-app-name:mime-type ... So you'd probably put: evince-previewer:application/pdf evince:application/pdf (evince-previewer is fairly new, may not exist in Wheezy, ...

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