Installing the latest LibreOffice and the Microsoft TrueType fonts
With these simple steps, you can install the latest LibreOffice and Microsoft fonts (Arial, Times New Roman) on your Ubuntu/Debian computer.
Downloading and installing LibreOffice
- Go to LibreOffice website and download “Linux (64bit) (deb)” option.
- Open a terminal inside folder where LibreOffice downloaded and unpack it.
tar -xzf <LIBREOFFICE TAR.GZ FILE>
- Change directory to “DEBS” folder inside the new LibreOffice unpacked folder.
cd <LIBREOFFICE FOLDER>/DEBS/
- Install packages with
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
Installing Microsoft TrueType fonts
sudo apt install ttf-mscorefonts-installer -y
- You can also download the package from a Debian mirror (like this) and use
dpkgto install it. In this case, you may have to execute
sudo apt-get -f installif there is a dependency problem and
sudo fc-cache -f -vto reload font cache after install.
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