• Download the dll binary at sqlite homepage
  • Put the dll file in a directory that is on the PATH, e.g., C:\Windows, C:\Windows\System32


Under Linux there's not a common way. I will explain how to do on Ubuntu. Should be similar on other OS. To install sqlite2 replace "sqlite3" by "sqlite0" in the package names.

  • Open the synaptic application. The password will be asked.
  • Search for a package with the name libsqlite
  • In the developer machine install libsqlite3-dev. It will automatically install libsqlite3 package
  • In the end user machine is only necessary to have libsqlite3 installed


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