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I use the KOMA-script (sudo apt-get install koma-script -- suggests you the thing in Ubuntu). I think options:

  1. make font even smaller (eg with KOMA -script)

  2. make it on two pages, perhaps here

  3. make it vertical?

  4. other?

My code

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Hence it is not (La)TeX, could you add a note, what xtable is, please? – Speravir May 9 '12 at 0:32
What you wrote in your comment, should you have stated already in your question. – Speravir May 9 '12 at 2:16
@Speravir: sorry hassle, will look more closely to this soon. Perhaps, you have some point here, cannot yet understand. – hhh May 9 '12 at 2:47

These are the possibilities:

  1. Enlarge the particular page

    \enlargethispage{by amount} 


  2. Use fullpage package.

  3. Reduce margins for the particular page.

  4. Use a smaller font (\small or \footnotesize) if you are ok with it.

  5. Use landsacpe page mode...........

Note: your option 2 is ok with length but with width of the table, things get really nasty.

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You can try to use sidewaystable, and/or a scalebox. – Sveinung May 8 '12 at 10:25
what about to display vertically the table? I tried to rotate the table by \rotatebox{90}{...} from graphicx but not working for some reason. Followed this here but I have \begin{table}...\end{table} -env, generated by xtable. – hhh May 8 '12 at 12:26
@hhh: Perhaps package rotating? Compare my answer to another, quite weird problem: tex.stackexchange.com/a/50385/9237. – Speravir May 9 '12 at 2:23

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