Month: January 2019

How to change the default font of Linux

You’ll need to edit/create the file ~/.fonts.conf. The file does not exist by default. However, if you’ve used things like Font Manager, then there might be a placeholder file at ~/.fonts.conf telling you to use ~/.config/font-manager/local.conf instead, in which case you should create the latter. You should first open ~/.fonts.conf to check. To check if the file exists, a simple way would be to open the file manager, go to “Home”, check “View->Show Hidden Files” and see if you can find .fonts.conf. Once you’ve created the file, put…

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