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Linux Libertine & Linux Biolinum v. 5.3.0.
Linux Libertine is a digital typeface created by the Libertine Open Fonts Project, which aims to create free and open alternatives to proprietary typefaces such as Times Roman. The font used by Wikipedia for it logo.
It supports many OpenType features, including automatic positioning and substitution, including true fractions, ligatures and kerning, in supported programs like MS Office.
There is also a complementary organic sans-serif face, Linux Biolinum.
Available under the GPL and OFL 1.1 license.
This package contains OTF Opentype fonts files.
- Improved Libertine Bold (Small Caps, Cyrrilic ...)
- New style: Libertine Monospaced for the use in listings, code examples etc.
- Workaround in OS/2-Tabel for certain eBooks
- Reorganized Kern-Tables. TTFs with additional Pair-Kerning are now much smaller. This also solved problems with simple word processors, where kerning memory could exceed.
- Many bug-fixes