I’m viewing the tutorial on How to Install SQLite on Windows. With that, I’ve also viewed the Git Bash tutorial. Here’s the Youtube link to the SQLite installation: How To Install SQLite on Windows - YouTube.
I hope I’ve successfully attached the screenshot of where I’m stuck. In the screenshot, there are two monitors. The left monitor shows me following along with the tutorial, and the right monitor is the tutorial video itself. To me, he didn’t explain how he got all that code on the screen after pulling up Git:
As anyone who reads this can already tell, I’m new to Codecademy. I’m hoping to get some help, so I can move on. In the meantime, I’ll try my hand at Googling the question, though that may prove challenging for me, given I don’t know the lingo quite yet.
Thank you in advance!
Tried to get the same response from Git Bash as the Codecademy video tutorial
How To Install SQLite on Windows - YouTube How To Install SQLite on Windows - YouTube
again today and got this error (new screenshot attached). Still stuck with trying to get SQLite to work on my desktop, as shown in that video tutorial:
Please advise. Thank you again in advance.
Ok, I think this should be a simple fix.
The instructions should mention that you should be going for the directory name you downloaded instead of the one they provide if it’s different. (you can learn more about command-line in those tutorials to get used to these things)
I’m noticing the sqlite version you downloaded might be a more current one so it’s in slightly differently named directory (hence the error of bash thinking it doesn’t exist). You can actually let your git bash console autocomplete the directory as you type it out by pressing tab to make sure you’re not messing up… or double click in the directory bar in the file manager and copy from there.
Notice the different folder names:
x86-3410200 vs x86-3200100
@toastedpitabread Thank you so much for taking the time out to respond! Happy Mother’s Day!