[Solved] How to add a secondary language to Antix?

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    Primary language of my computer is English and I want that to be english but some websites I use have Hindi Interface my wifi’s name and some folder’s on my android are in Hindi (I connect and move files from my android device very often), and antiX doesn’t recognize it’s fonts.

    • This topic was modified 2 months ago by mihirmishra. Reason: Problem have been solved
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    See if this works for you. A similar problem was reported and this seemed to help.

    […] You need the Noto Sans fonts for .

    Run this in terminal:
    sudo apt install fonts-noto-core

    You dont’ even need to restart firefox. It should now display all missing letters and fonts.

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    I had to logout to make it work. Thanks! How do I mark this as Solved?

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    Edit your first post (click the Edit button over the right of the first post) and edit the title. That should work.

    Glad this was solved without much hassle.

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    Today I installed 19.4. So I tried installing the hindi fonts again by the command given by you, but now it is showing E: Unable to locate package fonts-noto-core

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    Did you perform sudo apt-get update before trying to install the fonts? Please let us know the output of inxi -zv8 or inxi -r

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    I upgraded the system <updater> then I ran sudo apt-get update. After that it installed perfectly.

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