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how to verify xorg-x11-libXp-32bit-7.2-17 installed or not

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Hi,

Can some help me how to verify whether xorg-x11-libXp-32bit-7.2-17  is installed or not on a rhel 5.2 server.
If not what package need to be installed.

Thanks in advance.
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Try this in a terminal window as root:

rpm -qa | grep xorg-x11-libXp

If the library is installed, it will be found and listed.
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