How To Find All Installed Fonts In Ubuntu Linux via Terminal

In your Linux system you can easily find all installed fonts via command-line based terminal application and you don’t need any third party GUI applications for that. In this article we are going to use fc-list command to lists all installed fonts and styles using fontconfig tool.

Find All Installed Fonts In Ubuntu Linux

Open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below command to list all installed fonts in Linux.

fc-list

fc list

This command list fonts with installed path.

If you don’t have fontconfig, then install this via below command.

sudo apt-get install fontconfig

Using the below command you can find and list installed fonts for a particular language. For example to list all installed Hindi language fonts, then run the following command.

fc-list :lang=hi

fc list lang

For the complete usage details please refer the man pages.

man fc-list

That’s all.

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