If you’re using Bengali fonts in Linux, you may face this problem. You’ll face this problem a lot when you’re going to write Bangla in Linux. So, how to fix that?
You can easily fix that by removing the FreeSans and FreeSerif family fonts. But before that, you have to do some other things. Let me show you that.
Fix broken Bangla font in Linux 2023
To fix this problem just follow my steps and you’ll be good to go.
First, you have to install some required fonts. To do that open your terminal and apply this command.
sudo apt-get install fonts-noto-core &&
sudo apt-get install fonts-noto-ui-core
Now we’re going to remove FreeSans and FreeSerif family fonts. To do that, just apply this command.
sudo rm -f /usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeSans* &&
sudo rm -f /usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeSerif*
Now we’re in the final step. Now, all you have to do is, update the font cache. To do this use this command.
fc-cache -f -v
After completing these three steps you should be good to go and your problem should fix. If it doesn’t fix then try to reboot your system and after that, it will fix. Although if it still doesn’t work then let me know in the comment section and I will try to fix your problem.