A Guide to Install SQLite on Linux

In this article, we will how it is easy to install SQLite on Linux. CentOS and Ubuntu.

SQLite is a relational database management system contained in a C library. In contrast to many other database management systems, SQLite is not a client–server database engine. SQLite is built into all mobile phones and most computers and comes bundled inside countless other applications that people use every day.

  • Stability
  • Cross-Platform Compatible: Databases can be copied between 64 and 32 bit systems, or little-endian / big-endian systems.
  • Backwards Compatible
  • Small Size: The entire library is less then 600Kb.
  • Precompiled Binaries

SQLite is an incredibly popular open-source database engine that uses in all sorts of applications.

The SQLite source code is actively developed and the developers plan to continue support until 2050.

Let’s get started with the installation.

SQLite can be installed on linux with the following commands:

Begin by logging in via SSH to your linux server and execute the corresponding command to your distribution:

Debian / Ubuntu

# apt-get install sqlite3 -y

CentOS / Fedora / RedHat

# yum install sqlite3 -y

You can now execute any SQL statements using the sqlite3 command to start the server on your Linux server.

In this article, we have seen how it is easy to install SQLite on Linux. CentOS and Ubuntu.

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