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Thread: Sqlite3 Install Will Not Install- Using Parallels

  1. Default Sqlite3 Install Will Not Install- Using Parallels


    I've installed Lich, sg32inst and InchInst. I installed rubyinstaller-2.0.0-p.648. I followed the exact directions as on the Lich Project website, even though I know I listed them out of order here.

    When I open Lich, it comes to the prompt asking me to install Sqlite3. I agree, but it never does, I don't see a command prompt pop as as I normally would during this phase. Any consequent attempts to open Lich results in the same thing happening, basically a loop.

    I tried to manually install Sqlite3 which seemed to have worked, but I'm stuck at the command 'gem install sqlite3-ruby'. Nothing happens. Do I even need the interface gem?

    Even after what appears to be a successful manual install of Sqlite, Lich still prompts me every time. I assumed the manual install of Sqlite3 was successful because I see this in cmd:

    C:\Users\*****>cd c:\sqlite

    SQLite version 3.31.1 2020-01-27 19:55:54
    Enter ".help" for usage hints.
    Connected to a transient in-memory database.
    Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.

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    Uninstall Ruby 2.0, way too old and not well supported. Grab . Select just the Ruby and gems option, you have the rest. Should work from there.

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