Configuring Roboto font in Linux

Roboto font comes from Android and Google designed it really well. It looks awesome on desktops and laptops. But getting it working as a default system font in Linux is quite a task because the font package of Roboto available has multiple font forms declaring same type of text style.

The standard Roboto package consists of following fonts:

  • Roboto-BlackItalic
  • Roboto-Black
  • Roboto-BoldCondensedItalic
  • Roboto-BoldCondensed
  • Roboto-BoldItalic
  • Roboto-Bold
  • Roboto-CondensedItalic
  • Roboto-Condensed
  • Roboto-Italic
  • Roboto-LightItalic
  • Roboto-Light
  • Roboto-MediumItalic
  • Roboto-Medium
  • Roboto-Regular
  • Roboto-ThinItalic
  • Roboto-Thin


February 24, 2013|Categories: Linux|Tags: , , , , |13 Comments

Routing for multiple ISP links on Linux

Many of us have multiple ISP uplinks for different reasons like reliability, download limit, etc. but there is no clear guide [at least, I couldn’t find any] on routing for multiple links.

I came across the same problem — I got a new fiber connection, but it is a capped one and I have a slow ADSL link which is not capped. So I obviously would want to use the ADSL link for low priority downloads while fiber for browsing.
After a lot of researching around, I found the solution. Probably a specific case, since my computer has just one Ethernet […]

January 3, 2013|Categories: Linux|Tags: , , , |3 Comments
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