I'm looking for a program similar to FinePrint for Linux; I'm running Ubuntu 10.04. FinePrint is basically a virtual printer device/driver that acts as a proxy for an actual printer, and allows you to preview exactly what the pages are going to look like, delete pages, and make adjustments like margin size and printing multiple pages per sheet.
My main use for the software is being able to preview exactly what's going out to the printer so that I don't waste paper printing something that doesn't look right.
I also like the ability to delete one or more pages if, for example, the last page ends up being blank or just a useless page footer.
Is there anything like this for Linux?