I have Fedora 34 Workstation, which ships with sqlite 3.34.
$ sqlite3 --version 3.34.1 2021-01-20 14:10:07 10e20c0b43500cfb9bbc0eaa061c57514f715d87238f4d835880cd846b9ealt1
I have to update to sqlite 3.36.
On the sqlite download page there are precompiled binaries for linux.
What is the best way to update?
I thought just uninstall the fedora-shipped one and put the precompiled binary in path.
However I cannot uninstall sqlite3:
$ sudo dnf remove sqlite Error: Problem: package rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64 requires sqlite, but none of the providers can be installed - conflicting requests - problem with installed package rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64 (try to add '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages)
--skip-broken it’s the same thing:
$ sudo dnf remove sqlite --skip-broken Error: Problem: package rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64 requires sqlite, but none of the providers can be installed - conflicting requests - problem with installed package rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64
I cannot remove RStudio either:
$ sudo dnf remove rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64 All matches were filtered out by exclude filtering for argument: rstudio-1.4.1717-1.x86_64 No packages marked for removal. Dependencies resolved. Nothing to do. Complete!