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Hi, I have tried this technique, but it does not allow me to neither create a document nor to copy the files. Do you an alternative? Thank!
Hi, I have tried your technique, but the debian 7 wheezy root does not allow me to neither create any folder nor copy the files. Any suggestions? Thanks!
@Aki, could you post the error message?
Do "sudo nautilus" and then work your way from there.
After installing fonts manually, you need to update the font-cache:fc-cache -fvOrsudo fc-cache -fv
After you install a font/s manually, you need to update the font-cache:fc-cache -fvOrsudo fc-cache -fv
Good, but is ttf, not tff ;)
@Sullivan: Thanks updated post.
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