Installing fonts on your Linux system

Linux systems generally start out with a large number of fonts available, especially once you’ve installed LibreOffice. Even so, you might find yourself craving some highly distinctive or unusual fonts to add a special tone to some of your projects. If so, you’re in luck. You’re likely to find many thousands of free fonts available online – bold, italic, calligraphy, modern, script, hand lettering, cursive, brush lettering, symbolic and more.

Here’s a small sampling of popular sites that provide free fonts for easy downloading:

dafont.com
fontzone.net
fonts.google.com
fontspace.com

You can also type “free fonts” into your favorite search engine. Expect to see a huge number of responses. Keep in mind that not all fonts are free, but plenty of free fonts are available, and they’re easy to view, download and install.

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Source:: Network World – Data Center