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I want to download HTMLs (example: http://www.brpreiss.com/books/opus6/) and join it to one HTML or some other format that i can use on ebook reader. Sites with free books don't have standard paging, they're not blogs or forums, so don't know how to do some automatic crawling and merging.

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You can use Calibre for you ebook converting needs. You can get it to make a single ebook of multiple HTML files by linking to them from a single HTML file you setup as a table of contents like this.

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I'm using Sigil for conversion to EPUB, but didn't know that Cailbre can make one ebook from bunch of linked htmls. I'll try, thanx! –  Hrvoje Mar 2 '11 at 10:30
    
You can use httrack.com to download the webpage(s), then use Calibre to convert them all to an ePub format. –  에이바 Mar 21 '11 at 18:47
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Pandoc can take a link to a page (or a html file) and convert it to pdf/epub ...

I'm not sure if it'd crawl. If it doesn't, you could crawl pages first with wget or something (or just collect links) and give it to pandoc.

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