There's a high probability that my question was asked before, but I couldn't find a good answer to it, so I'm going to pose the question again, hoping that I will get the accurate answer to my question.
I use both linux and windows with my personal cloud that synchronizes my data on multiple computers. I'm currently writing a 150+ pages scientific document on latex that uses the default latex font. After digging to know the name of that font, I found that the font name is Computer Modern Serif (Is that right?) (I use report class in latex, is that the default font for it?)
Now I have schematics and figures that I made with Inkscape. I need those to be openable in both windows and linux, but, ... I couldn't find the font that would be common between windows and linux. Under linux, the font is called "Serif". Under windows it's called "CMU Serif", of course after manually installing it on windows.
How can I have a single font name for both windows and linux (without manually messing font names) so that I don't have to change the name of the font the whole time? I expect to have a font that has exactly the same name from linux, and then just install it on windows, and voila! No problem anymore in both operating systems.
1- Is that possible?
2- Are the font names I mentioned correct? I really am lost in this.