Trying to install sqlite as instructed at: [SQLite — Fedora Developer Portal]
sudo dnf install sqlite-devel sqlite-tcl sqlite-jdbc
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No match for argument: sqlite-jdbc
Error: Unable to find a match: sqlite-jdbc
sqlite3 -version returns:
3.33.0 2020-08-14 13:23:32 fca8…
Anybody having the same issue / workaround?
try installing also sqlite-tools, sqlite-odbc and sqlite3-dbf.
Fedora 32 no longer has the sqlite-jdbc package and those instructions are at least a year old.
No luck with those additional packages.
I guess the fact that sqlite-jdbc was removed from fedora means that jdbc will not be supported. You might try looking around and see if you can find something that works that does not require java.
Postgresql, mysql, and mariadb are all supported native on fedora and use odbc for the connector. Sqlite is also supported and uses the sqliteodbc package but not the java connector.
This is a development environment based on sqlite (original code base from windows environment), so this is a problem. Probably I need to consider how to force the installation of 3.32.x based sqlite with dnf if at all possible.