|Posted on:||04/22/22 21:29:15|
|Last edited:||05/11/22 21:20:09|
weird, right !?
This binary is installed with the
fontconfig package on Arch Linux.
But if you don’t want to install
1.1 MB of not-so-useful
stuff, you can list your installed fonts by going to this directory:
then you can run something like
tree. There will be several folders and
a ton of
my dir listing looks like this:
> ls /usr/share/fonts adobe-source-code-pro gnu-free liberation old ttf-linux-libertine cantarell gsfonts misc TTF xscreensaver encodings kanjistrokeorders noto ttf-jetbrains
you can now get all your installed fonts on your Linux system!