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I'm getting the below configure error while doing the install the Zabbix reporting tool on Linux. i have tried both Versions(zabbix-2.0.9,zabbix-1.8.17), but getting same issue.


checking for macro __VA_ARGS__... yes
checking return type of signal handlers... void
checking for getloadavg... yes
checking for hstrerror... yes
checking for getenv... yes
checking for putenv... yes
checking for sigqueue... yes
checking for /proc filesystem... yes
checking for file /proc/stat... yes
checking for file /proc/cpuinfo... yes
checking for file /proc/0/psinfo... no
checking for file /proc/loadavg... yes
checking for file /proc/net/dev... yes
checking for long long format... no
checking for -rdynamic linking option... yes
checking for libperfstat fileset... no
checking for libperfstat fileset... no
checking for architecture... linux (linux-gnu)
checking for the linux kernel version... unknown family (3.0.76-0.11-default)
checking if Oracle support is enabled... no
checking for SQLite3 library >= 3.0.0... no
configure: error: SQLite3 library not found

Please help me how to fix this issue?


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Which Linux distribution? All you need to do is use yum or apt-get (depending on the package manager that your distro uses) to install sqlite – Phil Oct 28 '13 at 15:55

You need to install libraries:

sudo apt-get install sqlite

(on linux console, o the equivalent command for your distribution) also, if you want, you can install python because SQLite is a dependency of it.

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