Single Command to Download and Install All Bangla Fonts in Your Linux

I have created an script which will download and install 21 Bangla fonts without searching. Just run this script in your Linux based PC/Laptops terminal and get all Bangla fonts instantly without hassle.

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The fonts are:

  1. AdorshoLipi_20-07-2007.ttf
  2. akaashnormal.ttf
  3. AponaLohit.ttf
  4. Bangla.ttf
  5. BenSen.ttf
  6. kalpurush.ttf
  7. kalpurush_ANSI.ttf
  8. Lohit_14-04-2007.ttf
  9. mitra.ttf
  10. Mukti_1.99_PR.ttf
  11. muktinarrow.ttf
  12. NikoshBAN.ttf
  13. NikoshGrameen.ttf
  14. NikoshLightBan.ttf
  15. NikoshLight.ttf
  16. Nikosh.ttf
  17. sagarnormal.ttf
  18. Siyam Rupali ANSI.ttf
  19. SolaimanLipi_20-04-07.ttf
  20. SutonnyMJ.ttf
  21. Vrinda.ttf

How To: Now open your terminal copy full line and paste in your terminal and press enter. And after some time you will see that all fonts are downloading and installing without any hassle. 🙂

wget --no-check-certificate https://fahadahammed.com/extras/fonts/font.sh -O font.sh;chmod +x font.sh;bash font.sh;rm font.sh

Fonts are collected from different source. Fonts are hard work of the creators. Respect their work. And I have tested the script only from Debian Based Distributions Like Ubuntu,Mint,Kali, Netrunner etc. It will be nice if you try on RPM based Distributions like Fedora,OpenSuse,Mandriva etc. Also with others , and please leave feedback about it is working or not.

20 thoughts on “Single Command to Download and Install All Bangla Fonts in Your Linux

  1. I checked your script, well done. But ideally you should put script in post rather than just a link to it. Running a script with no-check looks awfully suspicious. Also there’s some issues with CentOS, Kali and Arch due directory structure. However, thanks for sharing, definitely a script worth sharing.

    1. First of all , Thank You for your comment. 🙂

      Now , What is the problem with kali ??? I created this script in Kali !
      And about RPM based distributions , i think i will look at it. And i forgot about them and apologize for that.
      I though it will be easy for newbies to give just a line of code. That is all.
      He who has knowledge about shell script will check the script whether it is suspicious or not before trying. Right ? 🙂
      And as you confirmed that this is safe to run then i think this is ok. 🙂 I really appreciate your suggestions. Thank You again. 🙂

  2. No need to apologize, my concern was more about running a script without knowing what it does (specially in Kali when you’re logged in as root). i.e. it is very easy to do something like this example an unsolicited script

    “any_command > /dev/sda”

    where any command can be as trivial as

    ‘uname’ or

    ‘ls’.

    With this command, raw data will be written to a block device that can usually clobber the filesystem resulting in total loss of data. Hope you know where I was coming from. My humble advise would be creating an account in https://github.com/ and post code in there so that someone else can come and contribute/modify code (you still get to do version control i.e. approvals etc.). BTW, I found some of the posts quite useful.Thank you.

  3. that command above is not working with Kali Linux 1.1.0 [32 Bit]
    Bro, pls recheck.. 🙂
    Unable to establish SSL connection

    1. If you entered the full command, it will work.

      wget --no-check-certificate https://obakfahad.com/extras/fonts/font.sh -O font.sh;chmod +x font.sh;bash font.sh;rm font.sh

      You have to use wget –no-check-certificate …. otherwise it will show ssl error.

      1. Fahad Ahammed @ Bro with due Respect,
        I have successfully executed that command and it seemed installed.
        But, when I open leafpad I can not find any Bangla Font.
        Even I can not write in Browser.
        Bro, please do not mind as I am noob for Kali Linux

      2. You can not write in anywhere unless you setup Bangla Keyboard. Find “Text Entry” or Keyboard Layout in your Kali Linux. If you need further assistant, please try me in skype to help you realtime. 🙂 …. My Skype: obakfahad

      3. Bro I have sent you add request to Skype. Please accept. Thank you.
        My Skype: *****
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        I am looking forward to hear from you soon, Bro 🙂

  4. Solved my problem. 🙂
    But one thing i haven’t got solved. 🙁
    It is ibus-avro. I tried every tutorials about i-bus in my kali linux 2016.2 machine.
    Can you help me about that ???

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