Commands using fc-cache (3)

  • Refresh the cache of font directory , usefull after you download font (.ttf or other) from various website and you don't want to reboot or relogin . Close your word processor before using the command , after the refresh reopen your word processor , new fonts is avaible ! Show Sample Output


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    sudo fc-cache -f -v
    eastwind · 2009-10-07 11:01:29 0
  • First you have to create a directory in your system, where the fonts will be stored, and copy them. sudo mkdir /usr/share/fonts/miscttf; sudo cp *.ttf /usr/share/fonts/miscttf After recharge cache with the command


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    ttmkfdir mkfontdir fc-cache /usr/share/fonts/miscttf
    starchox · 2009-03-06 21:28:17 1
  • 1) Find true type fonts; 2) Copy them to /usr/share/fonts/truetype; 3) Reload font information.


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    find ~ -name "*.ttf" -exec cp {} /usr/share/fonts/truetype \; & fc-cache -f
    scripteles · 2011-05-25 20:18:33 0

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