{libertine} is about the Linux Libertine font which can be loaded with the package of the same name.

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Contextual Substitution with LuaLateX

Contextual substition doesn't seem to work with LuaLateX, while it works fine with XeLateX. Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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Libertine italic sans-serif missing

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and installed the Ubuntu package 'texlive-fonts-extra' to be able to use the Libertine font. Everything is working fine except the sans-serif (Linux Biolinum) italic font. I ...
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Problem with libertine font for pretty big quotes

The following code, that I used with success, does not work with the last TeX LIve distribution. I don't know why. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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Best way to use Linux Biolinum Keyboard with fontspec?

I am trying to typeset keyboard shortcuts in my document, e.g. CTRL+SHIFT+S. The Linux Libertine font family includes a nice keyboard font that I would like to use. What's the best way to use it with ...
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Linux Libertine does not show Greek SmallCaps

According to the Linux Libertine font tester you can have Greek small caps. However the following example does not yield the desirable result: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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Which typewriter font fits to Linux Libertine and supports bold letters?

I'm thinking about using the Linux Libertine font (\usepackage{libertine}) in my next TeX documents. For listings with syntax highlighting I will need a typewriter font that supports boldface. I ...
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Libertine's discretionary and historical ligatures with ConTeXt and XeTeX

I would like activate Libertine's discretionary and historical ligatures with ConTeXt and XeTeX compilation. Currently, I'm using this: \definetypeface[Libertine][rm][Xserif][Linux Libertine O] ...
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Linux Libertine: Change Numeral Set

I am using the Linux Libertine font for my document. The font provides different numeral sets, "normal" numbers which are all the same height, and medieval/minuscle numbers with varying height. By ...
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XeTeX: better using system fonts or packages?

I've recently switched to XeTeX. In my document I use this code to set the fonts: \usepackage[math-style=ISO,bold-style=ISO]{unicode-math} \usepackage{xunicode} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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Using Linux Libertine in math mode with unicode-math (XeLaTeX)

I'm trying to use the Linux Libertine font for my thesis. Libertine in fact does have mathematical symbols, but I didn't manage to use them properly in unicode-math. The following example sums up my ...
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smashoperator produces black line with Linux Libertine O

When I use fontspec to set the main font to "Linux Libertine O", the smashoperator command (and also mathclap and friends) produce a black line above the smashed subscript (with luatex). ...
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Incorrect font for ligated glyphs, bold-italics combination, Libertine font

Would appreciate your help with the following code: \begin{definition} The \textbf{confidence interval (CI)} for ... \end{definition} The problem is that the letters "fi" within the word ...
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Incoherent spacing with Libertine and math-mode

My problem when using math in a beamer presentation: The space between a $f$ and the following questionmark is way too small (the glyphs intersect). When switching the code (MWE) to an article, the ...
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Parentheses differ (XeLaTeX, fontspec, newtxmath, libertine)

After Internal error: bad native font flag I stumbled upon another weird problem with the combination XeLaTeX/fontspec/Libertine/newtxmath: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[no-math]{fontspec} ...
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Internal error: bad native font flag (XeLaTeX, fontspec, newtxmath, libertine, \dot)

I'm trying to use \dot{P} in a math environment. MWE: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[no-math]{fontspec} \usepackage{libertineotf} \usepackage[libertine]{newtxmath} \begin{document} ...
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Missing \scriptstyle and \scriptscriptstyle letters with libertine and newtxmath

I have manually installed the newtx package to TEXMFLOCAL (with admin rights), placing everything into the appropriate folders in TEXMFLOCAL/fonts/ and TEXMFLOCAL/tex/latex, and running updmap-sys ...
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Substitute italic ampersand with alternative ampersand in Linux Libertine O

Based in this answer I want to create a command \amper that uses the alternative ampersand of Linux Libertine O and leaves the regular \& alone. The problem with the MWE below is that hyperref ...
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How to disable oldstyle numerals in a boldface text in Linux Libertine?

This document compiles (in XeLaTeX), but the boldface numbers are set oldstyle. Why? How to use boldface lining digits with Linux Libertine? \documentclass{article} \RequirePackage{fontspec} ...
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Linux Libertine O and Linux Biolinum O not found

I have TeX Live 2011. I set \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} \setsansfont{Linux Biolinum O} but I get a warning that these fonts are not found! If I try ...
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Font mixup with Neo Euler and Fontspec

For my document I would like to use Linux Libertine as main font and Neo Euler as maths font. However, there seems to be some conflict with the code I am using. Here is a MWE and its output: ...
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How to set equation numbers in lining numerals?

I'm using XeLaTeX with Linux Libertine (using fontspec) and oldstyle numbers. I'd like, however, to set equation numbers (using amsmath's \eqref) in lining numbers. This does not work: ...
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\dot not available on XeLaTeX with package eulervm

When compiling this document: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[biolinum]{libertine} \usepackage[euler-digits,small]{eulervm} \begin{document} \[ U=-\dot\Phi=-\frac d{dx}\int_A B\;dA \] ...
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What settings for \[x]spaceskip would you suggest for Linux Libertine?

Quite contrary to my own answer here, I think that the default \spaceskip setting for Linux Libertine is rather unfortunate: seemingly, the shrink component is too high (and I end up getting to narrow ...
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Linux Libertine Biolinum xelatex and lualatex

This is actually two questions rolled into one. Consider the example file below: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} % ...
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How to get Wikipedia W from Linux Libertine?

How can I get the Wikipedia-looking crossing-w from Linux Libertine font? They talk about it on their homepage and in the wikipedia article, but I can't find an example of how to actually produce it. ...
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What free math font could/should accompany Linux Libertine and Linux Biolinum?

Well, the title of the question pretty much says everything. To be more precise: I'd like to know (1) what font would be visually suitable to use with Linux Libertine and/or Linux Biolinum as the ...
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custom luatex format file

I have to process a big number of files with the same preamble. Therefore I try to build a custom format file. The biggest »time eater« is font loading in lualatex, so I try to load the fonts in the ...
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Linux Libertine, libertineotf package and bold

Being interested by using the Linux Libertine font, I made some test with XeLaTeX and pdfLaTeX. My idea was to find a font that is suitable for use in xelatex, pdflatex and outside of any TeX flavour. ...
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Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX

I use XeLaTeX and the fontspec package. Now, I like to use Linux Libertine as standard font. The slanted (not italics) characters are stored in a different font. Now, to use them with \slshape, I ...
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libertine font package doesn't work anymore (December 2011)

If you're using an up-to-date system and you're having trouble with using the Linux Libertine fonts, you should probably check out Linux Libertine package and fonts not working any more (fall 2012), ...
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Layout Problems due to Using the Libertine Font in Beamer

Using Linux Biolinum as the sans font in beamer leads to layout problems for several themes. This seems to be related to a bug in the font, since it does not provide the right x-value, see here. I am ...
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Specifying proportional numbers when using Libertine with pdfLaTeX

If I use the Libertine fonts from within XeLaTeX I can specify the use of proportional numbers/figures by including it as an option when I set the main font like so: ...
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Is it possible to use Linux Libertine as a mathematical font?

I recently heard that there is a package called unicode-math that makes it possible to use an ordinary TTF/OTF font for mathematic typesetting. To what degree is that possible with Linux Libertine? I ...
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Using old style numerals in XeLaTeX in math mode

I am using XeLaTeX and the Linux Libertine font to typeset my thesis. I set it up to use old style numerals in the text by: \setromanfont[Ligatures={Common}, Numbers={OldStyle}]{Linux Libertine O} ...
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Linux Libertine and pdfTeX: glyph `a' undefined

I have little doubt, usually, in the Linux Libertine font with LaTeX / pdflatex, but a couple of weeks ago, the following happened to me: I have the file with the following test.tex ...
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Problems with opentype options under XeTeX

I am new in the LaTeX world, so I don't understand everything about it, especially about the use of fonts. I installed Linux Libertine font on my distribution (I use Gentoo, so I installed the ...
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\emph yields bold-italic using the package “libertine”

How can I make \emph use italics again after loading the package libertine? I suspect that this may be a bug in the font itself. I tried reinstalling the font and upgrading it onto the most recent ...
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Linux Libertine Initials break emph

Loading the Linux Libertine Initials font breaks the emph command, even if the font is not used: \documentclass{scrartcl} ...
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Use Libertine's discretionary and historical ligatures with pdfTeX

I know XeTeX can easily turn on and off Linux Libertine's different sets of ligatures as described in the Manual for Linux Libertine with XeTeX, but is there a way to use the discretionary or the ...
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Libertine fonts not working in ConTeXt

In a previous question about vertical rhythm, I was pointed at ConTeXt, which I am now trying to use. I first took the step from LaTeX to luaLaTeX in order to get simplified font selection and the ...
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Italic Correction for Linux Libertine Font

I was looking for a new font for the manuals of my LaTeX packages and found the Linux Libertine most pleasing. However it seems that it doesn't support italic correction (yet). I assume that a font ...
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Make ligatures in Linux Libertine copyable (and searchable)

I'm currently working on an essay written in LaTeX form. I'm facing problems with ligatures - in my pdf output (rendered using pdftex) opened in Adobe Reader I get X's and V's when copy-pasting words ...