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reverting --without-sqlite teasers msg:4191893 11:18 am on Aug 25, 2010 (gmt 0) I have installed PHP 5.1.6 via yum a long time ago, and the configure option for SQLite is listed as '--without-sqlite' on info.php page. Now I need SQLite. What is the easiest way to enable it? 1- Downloading the code from SQLite website 2- something like ./make install --with-sqlite? (I am a total noob at this point --- how?) Thank you
eelixduppy msg:4195102 3:52 pm on Sep 1, 2010 (gmt 0)
You have to CONFIGURE it with sqlite. I'm not sure if you can pass specific parameters to yum to allow you to do this, but with a normal compile/install you'd have to run the configure script with the appropriate configuration options you want (e.g., SQLite) and then you can build and "install" the software.