Install Microsoft Windows Fonts In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Install Microsoft Windows Fonts in Ubuntu

12 Responses

  1. helloct says:

    Awesome blog. Everything is so well detailed.

  2. SK says:

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  3. Praveen says:

    Thanks for the info

  4. J.R. Vasquez says:

    Like a chorus, thank you for this!

  5. Αλέξανδρος Ρόθος says:

    Thanks, it worked just fine!

  6. Radoslaw Janeczko says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks a lot!

  7. yogi8 says:

    Tutorial is excellent but I’m not at all technical and stuck. Using ubuntu 16.04 LTS. ran ‘sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer’. When license agreement appeared, I scrolled to its end, clicked on . But it’s is not clickable. Nothing happens when clicked upon. Can’t get to window that accepts license agreement to continue installing. Any tip would be appreciated as I sure would like these fonts.

    • yogi8 says:

      Please disregard this question. Strangely I was installing a program from the ubuntu software center and in the process the Microsoft acceptance window for these fonts appeared. I accepted, and continued the above process. I now have these fonts. Thank you very much for this tutorial.

  8. Mario Junior says:

    Many thanks!

  9. Muffinator says:

    In Ubuntu 17.10 (Zesty) clicking the button has no interaction. Instead you must use blind user controls: push Tab to select the button and the space bar to press it. Left and right arrow keys to choose yes or no and then space again.

  10. Ron says:

    “If you have dual boot system with Linux and Windows operating system, you can easily install the MS fonts from Windows C drive.”

    But what should we do if it is not a dual boot?

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