The Libertinus Fonts project includes four main type families: - The Libertinus Serif family: 6 serif typefaces cover three weights (Regular, Semibold, Bold) in each of two styles (Regular, Italic); originally forked from Linux Libertine. - The Libertinus Sans family: 3 sans-serif typefaces cover Regular, a Bold weight, and an Italic style; originally forked from Linux Biolinum. - The Libertinus Mono family: 1 monospace typeface derived from the serif family; originally forked from Linux Libertine Mono. - The Libertinus Math family: 1 OpenType math typeface derived from the serif family with many extra glyphs and features for use in OpenType math-capable applications (such as LuaTeX, XeTeX, or MS Word 2007+). Additionally included are 3 special-use families with a single typeface each: - Libertinus Serif Display: A derivative of Libertinus Serif Regular optimized for display at large sizes. - Libertinus Serif Initials: A derivative of Libertinus Serif with outlined variants of capital letter glyphs suitable for drop-caps or other decorations. - Libertinus Keyboard: A derivative of Libertinus Sans with keyboard key outlines around each character suitable for use in technical documentation.
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The pkg_admin audit command locates any installed package which has been mentioned in security advisories as having vulnerabilities.
Please note the vulnerabilities database might not be fully accurate, and not every bug is exploitable with every configuration.
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