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If you prefer working in a C.L.I., you can also install fonts with [application]`dnf`.
In many cases, you may want to use a specific font that is not available in Fedora or is not made available under https://freedomdefined.org/Definition[Free Culture] licenses.
Install [application]`GNOME Font Viewer`.
Install the font package you need
List all available font packages from enabled repositories
Many fonts are available from the RPM Fusion repository. To enable the repository on your system, follow xref:setup_rpmfusion.adoc[these instructions].
`mkdir -p ~/.local/share/fonts/robofont`
Open a file browser.
Packaged fonts
`sudo cp ~/Downloads/robofont.ttf /usr/share/fonts/robofont`
`sudo dnf install libreoffice-opensymbol-fonts`
`sudo dnf search fonts`
`sudo fc-cache -v`
`sudo mkdir /usr/share/fonts/robofont`
System fonts
System fonts are installed for all users. Anyone with an account on the machine will be able to use these fonts.
The [application]`GNOME Font Viewer` is an application to display the fonts installed on the system. It also allows you to locally install fonts. Follow these steps to add new user fonts with [application]`GNOME Font Viewer`:
The easiest way to preview and install new fonts is to use [application]`GNOME Software`. Search for a specific font or search "fonts" in [application]`GNOME Software` to see what other freely-licensed fonts are available.
There are two ways to install user fonts.
This section uses a Command Line Interface (C.L.I.) for managing fonts.