Installing SQLite on CentOS is a fairly easy and straightforward process. One of the biggest problems that most users have is that SQLite used to be known as SQLite3. The RPM has been changed in more current versions of CentOS and it is now known simply as SQLite for installation purposes. If you have a fairly decent Internet connection, you will be able to download and install SQLite in just a matter of minutes.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Click "Applications" and navigate through "More Apps." Click "Terminal" to open a terminal in CentOS.
Type "su" and press "Enter" to enter "super user mode." Type your password (nothing will show on the terminal as you type) and press "Enter" once more.
Type "yum install sqlite" into the terminal and press "Enter." Wait while the software package downloads and installs onto your system. When complete, the terminal will display "Install complete!" to let you know it is done.
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