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Is this the Standard C++ Library on a Linux box?

binutils.i386
compat-db.i386
compat-gcc-c++.i386
compat-libstdc++-devel.i386
compat-libstdc++.i386
compat-libstdc++.i386
cpp.i386
gcc.i386
glibc-devel.i386
glibc-headers.i386
glibc.i686
glibc-kernheaders.i386
libaio-devel.i386
libaio.i386
make.i386
package compat-gcc is not installed
pdksh.i386
setarch.i386
sysstat.i386

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libstdc++
libsigc++

depends what you are doing?
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by:Thomas Wheeler
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what you have listed is a set of tools / not all are libraries. what are you doing or are you having an issue? what distro are you running
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Well im installation websphere MQ client 6.0 and the pre-requisite software that has to exist on the linux box is Standard C++ Library.
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The version of the C++ standard library should be 33-3.2.3-47.3. But from my listing I cant see the version. How do I identify the version from my listing?
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I found the command:
rpm -q compat-libstdc++-33
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