Font Help

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Font used

Lohit-Telugu.ttf

Lohit-Telugu.ttf

Pothana2000

Gauthami.ttf (Default font in XP and above)

Operating System

Linux (Ubuntu)

Windows

Windows

Windows

Text appeas like this. (Click on it to see it more clearly)

Your computer currently shows it like this:

ముత్యాల్లాంటి అక్షరాలు

Need help about installing the attached free fonts and configuring your browsers to use them?

Windows users can install the fonts by copying a downloaded font to C:\Windows\Fonts folder.

Debian or Ubuntu users can directly install the latest Lohit Telugu fonts with below command (No need to download any files by yourself)

sudo apt-get install ttf-telugu-fonts

1. Highlight the above line and press Ctrl+C to copy it.

2. Open Terminal and press Ctrl+Shift+V to paste it, and then hit enter.

3. Type your password (if asked) and hit enter. You are done.

Font Credits: The Lohit fonts are developed by the open source community of RedHat / Fedora team. And the Pothana2000 font is developed by K.Desikachary.

(If you want to know more about these fonts, you may please visit their respective web sites).