GTK+ 2graphical toolkits, or their newer versions.
/etc/fonts/fonts.confconfiguration file, which should not be edited by hand.
fontsgroup installed. This can be done by selecting the group in the installer, and also by running the
yum groupinstall fontscommand after installation.
C.4.1. Adding Fonts to Fontconfig
- To add fonts for an individual user, copy the new fonts into the
.fonts/directory in the user's home directory.To add fonts system-wide, copy the new fonts into the
/usr/share/fonts/directory. It is a good idea to create a new subdirectory, such as
local/or similar, to help distinguish between user-installed and default fonts.
- Run the
fc-cachecommand as root to update the font information cache:
fc-cache <path-to-font-directory>In this command, replace <path-to-font-directory> with the directory containing the new fonts (either
fonts:///into the Nautilus address bar, and dragging the new font files there.