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Here are 3 thing you can do to help bring standardized fonts to Linux systems.

Bojan970

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Here are 3 thing you can do to help bring standardized fonts to Linux systems.

1. Install Linux Mint fonts on your system. See the next post for this because the command line is too big to put here.

2. Install freeware MS fonts. This will bring in the earliest MS fonts, but not anything from Win8, Win10, or Win11. To do this type:

sudo apt install ttf-mscorefonts-installer

3. Copy Win fonts from a MS Win 10/11 computer. Install them onto your Linux Machine.

a. Copy all the fonts from C:/Windows/Fonts onto a flash drive. (USB Ventoy works great.

b. Find where your Linux system stores fonts
(/usr/share/fonts in Debian)

find /usr -iname \*.ttf |head -n 20

c. Create folder for the MS fonts

cd /usr/share/fonts/truetype
sudo mkdir winfonts
sudo cd winfonts

D. Copy fonts from USB stick.
(/media/user/drive/Fonts will be different on your system)

sudo cp /media/user/drive/Fonts/*.ttf

sudo chown root.root *.ttf

sudo chmod 644 *.ttf

sudo mkfontdir

sudo fc-cache
 

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