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on one computer but I think it is the one that has pop up ads after you create PDFs (not too annoying though and certainly worth it)
And Cute PDF on another computer - I don't think this has ads at all:
Both act like print drivers. You 'print' to the PDF maker and it creates on the fly PDFs. And both are totally free.
EDIT: Both work well, but it is hard to control the file size. If compression is important, there may be better makers out there. But they have both worked well for me.
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On my desktop (Slackware Current) I use Ghostscript, which can convert Postscript and raw text to PDF. If it runs under Linux and can print, it will most likely generate a Postscript file.
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I also use CutePDF, but it's pretty basic.
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