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Try: "dpkg -L [your package name] | xargs stat" dpkg -L will list the files installed on your system from the package name that you enter(don't include the brackets). The "xargs stat" side will take the input from the piped command and show you the status of the files found with the dpkg -L command. This will give you a lot of information about the files ...

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