CSS System Fonts on Linux 2018

I’ve been working on CSS native font stacks as way of delivering the best reading experience in the shortest amount of page-load time. Apple and Windows are mostly straightforward. But what about Linux? To find out, I fired up the default desktop versions of:
Fedora 28 (pre-release) Ubuntu 18.04 (pre-release) Mint Linux 18.3 Elementary.io (early 2018) and the ran the following and analyzed the results.
fc-list -f '%{family[0]}n' | sort -u What’s Installed These generic fonts were installed on all systems:
Source: Nick Galbreath

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