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Hi everyone,
I am new user of Linux. I want to used my country(myanmar) unicode font my n800.
1)I already download unicode font inside n800 memory card.
2)I follow some instruction command line. but I can not install?
3)Please "how can I install easy way unicode font my n800?"

help me, thank you.
 
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From xterm create a directory in your home called '.fonts':
Code:
$ mkdir ~/.fonts
And copy your font(s) there. They should be available for use immediately.
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could ou please instruct me more detail about this.
I did the same way when i go to x term and
type
mkdir ~/.fonts
but it said that the directory already exist but when i go back to the file manager it was not there.
So it make me confuse how to add my font to read another language in N800
 

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If a directory name starts with a period, it is a hidden directory, so it wouldn't show up in the file manager by default. I couldn't figure out how to see hidden files in the regular file manager, but in the emel2fm file manager program, there is a green "H" that makes it possible to see hidden files.
 
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