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why went i tried to download libsqlite-2.8.15-1.i386.rpm using command below wget "ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/PLD/dists/ac/ready/i386/libsqlite-2.8.15-1.i386.rpm" (remove the quote) never successful, it always return "no such directory 'linux/PLD/dists/ac/ready/i386' " is that an error?...
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    cannot download libsqlite-2.8.15-1.i386.rpm


    why went i tried to download libsqlite-2.8.15-1.i386.rpm using command below

    wget "ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/PLD/dists/ac/ready/i386/libsqlite-2.8.15-1.i386.rpm" (remove the quote)

    never successful, it always return "no such directory 'linux/PLD/dists/ac/ready/i386' "

    is that an error?

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    The URL is wrong, as you can see for yourself if you connect to ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/, there is no PLD directory.

    Furthermore, sqlite should be available via your package manager, why download manually?
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    i download it because i got problem with my yum, then i founded the way to install it from this website h**p://***.irtaza.com/servers/linux/how-to-install-yum-on-linux-server/, do you have another source to download sqlite ?

    i dont know if there is a package manager that provide sqlite, do you know where can i found that package and is there any step's that can assist me to install yum using package manager ?

    thanks

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    The package manager yum is enough.
    I would recommend to fix the issue you have with it, as you will also need yum to keep the system up to date.

    Which distribution are you using?
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    i'm using trustix secure linux, actually i never heard of it and as i look at the internet i found this distro is like fedora rather than RedHat, is that correct ?

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    trustix is deprecated since early 2007.
    Sorry to make the problem bigger, but I would recommend to migrate to an up to date linux, like scientific linux 6, fedora 15, etc
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    so its mean the solution is only upgrade to the latest version of linux?

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    It might be possible, that there is somewhere a fitting sqlite rpm for trustix.
    Also, I do not know the environment, restrictions and additonal workload (for migrating services, configuration and data) you might face.

    But it is surely not a bad thing to have a supported and up to date linux.
    I would very likely go that route.
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    but why i still can access the website? sorry for my ridiculous and unrelated question, but i need more informatation about this, so that i can make a report to my boss

    thanks for your patience

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    which website?
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