One Giant Leap | LAS | s22e03

One Giant Leap | LAS | s22e03

Microsoft has embraced SUSE and Ubuntu, and more open source developers are going full time. Is this the dawn of a new era rising over open source? Or desperate moves to stay profitable? We debate!

Plus: Chris makes a big announcement, and a super easy way to install custom fonts you find online, in Linux!

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Matt’s Howto:

Install cool and creepy fonts for fun and profit!

GUI/Newbie Friendly

1) Download to Downloads

2) Unzip the folder.

3) Terminal,
gksu nautilus /usr/share/fonts/truetypegksu nautilus /usr/share/fonts/truetype

4) Copy pr_uncial_creepy folder into the truetype folder

5) Close both folders.

6) In terminal,
sudo fc-cache -f -v

7) Open Writer, font to pr-uncial-creepy

8) Type something creepy


CLI/Intermediate method

1) Download to Downloads

2) Open terminal, change directory to downloads folder.
cd ~/Downloads

3) In the terminal,
sudo unzip -o -d /usr/share/fonts/truetype/pr_uncial_creepy

4) In terminal,
sudo fc-cache -f -v

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