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sudo apt install fonts-roboto There's also fonts-noto which is also from Google and has way more characters


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I think you need to let fontconfig know about those directories via a configuration file. My understanding is that you should have a file named texlive-fontconfig.conf somewhere in the directory tree. Otherwise it's here. Create the file /etc/fonts/conf.d/09-texlive-fonts.conf and give it the contents of texlive-fontconfig.conf. More reading: https://...


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What worked for me was was to go to Menu → language settings and install "full support for urdu language". Then, in the Firefox browser, go to Preferences → General → Language → Choose your preferred language for displaying pages and change Latin to nafees.


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