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using convert , directly from the ImageMagick toolkit. You probably already have this one installed on your favourite Linux distribution; if not, almost every known Linux distribution has a package for it. Even if you don't need to edit PDF files you should have it, it is a wonderful swiss army knife for command line image processing. The syntax for merging PDF files is simple:
It's easy to turn 4 pdf pages into a 4x1, but 2x2 is a different matter. swagata paul's convert solution led me to look at the manpage of ImageMagick, which has a montage option and deals with pdfs. Check it out.
edit - montage is actually a program in the ImageMagick suite.
Last edited by billymayday; 06-25-2008 at 05:41 AM.