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You have to create the folder '/usr/share/fonts/opentype', then add the 'otf' file with the font that you want to include, it works for me!


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As for a freshly set up Ubuntu 64-bit 15.04 with all extras also installed during installation, Wine stopped half-ways in the process, and it was connected to the mscorefonts, with the repeated error message given above. After waiting some hours, I quit the software center, and rebooted. The following lines cured the problem completely and set up the ...


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Check your ~/.fonts folder. If this folder is empty, please download SteamFonts and extract the content of this archive to your ~/.fonts folder. After a steam restart the fonts should be back.


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How do I change fonts and adjust their size? solved my problem. I simply clicked "Restore Defaults". For Unity interface users, customisation of fonts can be done using unity-tweak-tool


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I think that the name of this file should be a different one (at least on Ubuntu). Try(1) the following: find your hostname: % hostname pern (type hostname in your preferred shell --- in the same xterm if you like. You'll have the hostname printed --- in my case it is "pern"). you should use .Xdefaults-hostname as a file name for your default ...


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So, with some help, I am able to answer my own question: The default font is "DejaVu Sans Mono Book 9" "factory defaults" can be restored by removing the corresponding config file: rm ~/.config/xfce4/terminal/terminalrc


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The only way for me was this: Ctrl+Alt+F1 and this command sudo apt-get purge fontconfig-infinality and a reboot.


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There is probably something wrong with the procedure you followed to install the local fonts. There are "local user" tex-related files in /root, which is the root user's home directory --- seems like you tried to do a user-local font installation as root, which is a no-no. Now, even if you un-installed everything with something like apt-get remove --purge, ...


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Most modern programs use fontconfig to access all sorts of fonts so you usually don't see the old-style font specifiers like -xos4-terminus-medium-r-normal--12-120-72-72-c-60-iso10646-1 any more. Fontconfig prefers fonts you install in ~/.fonts/ over system-wide installed ones with the same name. So in your case fontconfig used the TrueType version of ...


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You should try using gscan2pdf, One of my mates was using it recently and said it was good and made the font readable. Here's a link for the same : https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/precise/gscan2pdf/


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To remove the font do: rm /home/ihab/.local/share/fonts/arial.ttf This will remove (uninstall) the arial.ttf font from your system. If you wish to just make it unusable rather than removing totally, move it to someplace other than the normal directories from where font files are read. For example: mv /home/ihab/.local/share/fonts/arial.ttf ...


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It looks like the issue was fixed in Ubuntu 15.04. I've upgraded and the problem is no longer an issue. During the upgrade I did notice that several AMD specific packages were installed.


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Solution: First create a file in .config/fontconfig/conf.d/ directory with 20-no-embedded.conf name. Then put the below lines in the file to disable embedded bitmaps for all fonts.(If you don't want to disable for all fonts, but for some fonts, skip this to the next) <?xml version="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "fonts.dtd"> ...


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I have prepared a dedicated font named as "Ubuntu Mono Nohinting" to workaround a rendering issue with Java Swing applications such as NetBeans IDE, IntelliJ IDEA and PyCharm. The font hinting information has been stripped from the original Ubuntu Mono font family. How to install download the zip file from here extract it open *.ttf with Font Viewer ...


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Load Unity tweak or Gnome Tweak - they'll provide the needed dialog box. unity-tweak-tool gnome-tweak-tool I had to turn off hinting with 14.10. Theres a bug, not well understood.



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