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Hello ,

As i have the apar for ghostscript-devel . in sles 9

when i check on the server there are
ghostscript-library-7.07.1rc1-195.18          
ghostscript-x11-7.07.1rc1-195.18              
ghostscript-fonts-other-7.07.1rc1-195.18
ghostscript-fonts-std-7.07.1rc1-195.18        

but there is no ghostscript-devel

these means that this apar is not applicable . please let me know if i am corrrect or not

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