Gauthami.ttf (Default font in XP and above)
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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).