How to install SQLite 3 in Ubuntu
SQLite is a C language package that includes a free and lightweight Relational Database Management System (RDMS). A “client-server” database engine is another name for it. Almost all programming languages have SQLite support built-in, and it may be integrated using the “.sqlite3/.sqlite/.DB” extension. SQLite is also largely used for client-side or local storage.
This article will go through how to install SQLite 3 in Ubuntu 22.04. So, let’s get started!
Steps for Installation
Step 1: Update the system repositories.
To update system repositories, open the terminal on your Ubuntu 22.04 and enter the following commands:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
Step 2: Install SQLite 3.
After upgrading the system repositories, use the following command in Ubuntu 22.04 to install SQLite3:
sudo apt install sqlite3
The absence of errors indicates that SQLite3 has been successfully installed on the Ubuntu 22.04 system.
Step 3: Check the SQLite installation.
Finally, confirm the installed software’s version by using the “sqlite” command with the “–version” option: