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Dear Mirosław,

Thank you for your answer, Mr Funnell already sent me the fonts, so it's ok, thank you!

Just install fonts-libertine with your package manager of choice.
In package you will find OTF fonts, while package from NumberText provides TTF
files. If you have reason to require TTFs, then download source of Debian
package (apt-get source fonts-libertine ; requires deb-src in sources.list),
install fontforge and convert sources to TTF. Personally I would stick with

NumberText provides Graphite fontes, in TTF format. It is a technology that LibreOffice understands much better than OTF, which it handles poorly (no ligatures, no kernings, etc.). I hope it will be fixed in 4.1 release if it comes with harfbuzz... we'll see.

Thank you,

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