Hanuman Chalisa typed in LibreOffice Writer with Lohit Devnagiri font on Linux

One of the challenges on Linux is creating documents in the Indian fonts such as Devnagri. Linux now widely supports the Lohit Devnagri font to enable users in India to type in Hindi. After finding this out, I used the knowledge to type in the Hanuman Chalisa. You can get download and use the HanumanChalisa. … Continue reading Hanuman Chalisa typed in LibreOffice Writer with Lohit Devnagiri font on Linux

Install Shivaji (Devnagiri) true type fonts in Ubuntu

Download Shivaji font from URL below: http://www.marathityping.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/shivaji.zip Open a terminal window as shown in this post. Next, unzip the file and copy the fonts to the /usr/share/fonts/shivaji folder using following commands from a terminal shell: $ cd /usr/share/fonts <enter> $ sudo mkdir shivaji <enter> $ sudo unzip shivaji.zip <enter> $ exit That’s it. You can … Continue reading Install Shivaji (Devnagiri) true type fonts in Ubuntu

Install Shivaji (Devnagiri) true type fonts in Fedora

Download Shivaji font from URL below: http://www.marathityping.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/shivaji.zip Next, unzip the file and copy the fonts to the /usr/share/fonts/shivaji folder using following commands from a terminal shell: # cd /usr/share/fonts <enter> # mkdir shivaji <enter> # unzip shivaji.zip <enter> # exit That's it. You can now start up LibreOffice and verify the font can be used.