Available Ubuntu Font Monospace

As I had them commented a while ago, the variant would be available shortly "Monoespace" y "Condensed" from my favorite font family: Ubuntu Font. and it has finally arrived.

To install it in Ubuntu you can use the repositories of Andrew (Webupd8) as follows:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/ubuntu-font-family
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ttf-ubuntu-font-family

But if you don't use Ubuntu like me, we can download directly from the official website. Then we unzip the file and copy the folder to the folder .fonts within our / Home (if it is not there, we create it). Or we can also copy it in / usr / share / font so that all users of the system have access to it.

Later we update the font cache with the command and that's it:

sudo fc-cache -v -f

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  1.   take said

    Don't you use ubuntu?
    Well, what distribution do you use? (just out of curiosity: 3)

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Greetings Thomas:
      I use ArchLinux right now, and Debian normally. 😀

  2.   take said

    you use debian (:
    so good then we are 2