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 on: September 21, 2018, 11:12:06 AM 
Started by pom88 - Last post by AnthonyNel
Did you sort this out, Pom88? I'd love to know what the issue was because my hard drive is behaving in a similar fashion. I already backed up everything important so I wonder if I should also just downright replace it now.

 on: August 27, 2018, 08:17:36 AM 
Started by CNK - Last post by james c
Still running on the same old P3.......

 on: August 19, 2018, 12:36:39 AM 
Started by murdock - Last post by CNK
As I said, I haven't set up SQLite myself. However if you're now using a database file that doesn't require root permissions to access, I imagine you shouldn't need to worry about running it as root.

For configuration information, I'd recommend reading the manual page:

Of course a more complete guide will be the SQLite official documentation:

 on: August 17, 2018, 12:40:02 PM 
Started by murdock - Last post by murdock
Ok I put the database in the same folder htdocs of the server monkey that is by default and how can I do to instantiate sqlite as root you know why I the sqlite file will generate it only with the word "sqlite databasename.db" and nothing else I do not know how to pass that file to root

 on: August 14, 2018, 11:02:46 PM 
Started by murdock - Last post by CNK
I've used PHP in DSL without trouble, but I haven't worked with SQLite. I notice that without having set anything up, it displays a "main" database with no file location when the ".databases" command is entered at the SQLite terminal. If you haven't set up your own separate database and were expecting to use the default, this might indicate that you need to set your own location for the database.

Otherwise it looks like some sort of permissions problem. Perhaps the SQLite process isn't running as root?

 on: August 14, 2018, 03:55:57 PM 
Started by murdock - Last post by murdock
Hello, I was installing dsl linux
with php connected to sqlite the topical sentences work


but only for a php sqlite select

but to work with insert I get error

<form action="http://localhost/env.php" method="post">
<li>Name: <input type="text" name="nombre" size="20"><br>
<li>Email: <input type="text" name="correo" size="20"><br>
<li>Web Site: <input type="text" name="web" size="20"><br>
<li>Comment: <input type="text" name="comm" size="20"><br>
<input type="submit" value="Ok"><br>
<input type="reset" value="Delete"><br>

require "sqlite.php";
$db = 'comment_section.db';
sqlite_connect($db) or die ("Could not connect");
$sql = "insert into comments(name,
comment ) values ('$_POST[nombre]',
'$_POST[comm]' );
sqlite_query($sql, $db) or die (Query Failed);

sqlite_exec: insert into comments(name, email, website_url, comment)values('pedro', 'pepe@mail.com',
'pepino.wordpress.com','viejo boludo' )
sqlite_query result:
SQL error: unable to open database file
SQL error: unable to open database file
SQL error: unable to open database file
Query Failed

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