FOR LINUX MACHINES
Fonts need to be displaye, in Linux, that means in X. You can make fonts accessible by X in a couple of different ways, describes one quick mechanism relying on xfs, the "X font server", which is included in Xfree86 4.0 and later.
Installing True Type Fonts on Linux.................. Click to download fonts
1. Copy fonts to your Linux machine.
2. Tell X about your fonts
4. Reload the xfs config
Important: If the page does not display the fonts properly -- even after installation -- please click the right button of your mouse. Select the option ENCODING and select UNICODE (UTF-8) .The browser will read the fonts.