This is not immediately obvious, as there is no built-in GUI for managing fonts in Xubuntu 11.10.
1. Open Thunar in sudo
2. Copy and paste your downloaded font(s) into the relevant folder, this example is using a truetype folder, but this could also be Opentype etc
3. Re-build the font cache
sudo fc-cache -f
Keeping your potential customers up-to-date with your products and services is essential to retain and progress your prospects. Email newsletters are an effective way to
This HOW-TO assumes you are using a DLink DNS-320 NAS with the source directory on. I am running Openelec v3.2.4 on a Model B RaspberryPI
This one had me stumped for a while, how to select data from a table that resides in the same database as the WordPress tables