cups-pdf is the package I was looking for apparently.But unfortunately, this takes just a little setting up.

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Now you should be able to print to pdf by selecting the newly setup printer.

Cribs: 1) The output files are stored in your “Home” directory.

There are also options for changing the output name.

Without having changed anything in my file I get the webpage or document title as pdf title.I can’t find a way to change this output directory to something of my liking 2) The output files are named with pre-defined names (job_8-untitled_is an example).It would have been nice to select a name while printing.In order to ensure CUPS-PDF is running with the required root privileges you have to make ‘root’ the owner of the cups-pdf backend and set the file permissions of the backend to 0700 (root only).” the cups-pdf backend is at /usr/lib/cups/backend/ I’ve tried to sudo chmod 0700 cups-pdf but without success. Simon For those who like everything in once place, following method worked great for me on Dapper – Thanks for the tips!In a terminal: sudo apt-get install cups-pdf (You can use synaptic to install cups-pdf too if you like) sudo chmod s /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf In Gnome: System Printing New Printer Local Printer & Use A Detected Printer click on PDF Printer Choose “Generic” as the manufacturer Choose “postscript color printer rev3b” Leave the driver set to “Standard (suggested)” Too bad you can’t choose a name & location for it to save too, but at least it’s in a sensible location (~/PDF) Too bad this isn’t enables by default, I love KDE’s built-in PDF printer.) if $ -eq 0 ; then ps2pdf14 “$f” && rm -f “$f” fi fi done cd “$” As one can read on CUPS-PDF the Run As User option is not anymore awailable in CUPS version 1.2 (which is used in UBUNTU 6.06 dapper drake).

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Without having changed anything in my file I get the webpage or document title as pdf title.

I can’t find a way to change this output directory to something of my liking 2) The output files are named with pre-defined names (job_8-untitled_is an example).

It would have been nice to select a name while printing.

In order to ensure CUPS-PDF is running with the required root privileges you have to make ‘root’ the owner of the cups-pdf backend and set the file permissions of the backend to 0700 (root only).” the cups-pdf backend is at /usr/lib/cups/backend/ I’ve tried to sudo chmod 0700 cups-pdf but without success. Simon For those who like everything in once place, following method worked great for me on Dapper – Thanks for the tips!

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