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

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libertineGlyph and pdflatex [duplicate]

This is a follow-up question to How to get Wikipedia W from Linux Libertine? How can \libertineGlyph{W.alt} set with pdflatex? This MWE works fine \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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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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Linux Libertine & Sequential Footnote Markers In Body Text [duplicate]

I've discovered what seems to be a fairly significant anomaly in the way the normally very good Linux Libertine font handles—or rather doesn't handle—footnote reference marks when they occur ...
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Using a specific font for bold greek characters in maths

I'm writing a document involving some maths in which I use lots of greek letters. I would like to write some of them in bold, and the whole document is written in Linux Libertine font. Finally, I'm ...
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How can I make Illustrator recognize Linux Libertine fonts? [duplicate]

I use MikTeX 2.9/pdfLaTeX on my Windows 7 machine to compile the following document, typeset in Linux Libertine font: \pdfoutput=1 \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Libertine font displays slightly bold in XeLaTex compared to PdfLaTeX [duplicate]

I love using libertine font in my document. It looks nice and clear when compiled using pdflatex. But I got different result when compiled using xelatex. It seems to be a slightly bold in my screen. ...
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How to fix the inconsistent paragraph spaces in this MWE using KOMA? [duplicate]

MWE code \documentclass[twoside=semi, a4paper, 11pt, open=any, chapterprefix=false, toc=graduated]{scrbook} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{libertine} %uncomment ...