Openvas9 sqlite3.7

Hi,I’m not good at English.
If you are kind to tell me, please explain in simple words.

I read other topics and responded, but I did not solve them, so I would like help.

I wanted to install SQLITE 3.8.5, but another old version(sqlite 3.7.17) was already installed, so I implemented the following response

Step1.I installed

Step2.I changed the symbolic link.
$ mv /usr/bin/sqlite3 /usr/bin/sqlite3_old
$ ln -s /opt/atomic/atomic-sqlite/root/usr/bin/sqlite3 /usr/bin/sqlite3

$ unlink /usr/lib64/
(Behore /usr/lib64/ ->/usr/lib64/
$ ln -s /usr/lib64/ /opt/atomic/atomic-sqlite/root/usr/lib64/
usr/lib64/ ->/opt/atomic/atomic-sqlite/root/usr/lib64/

→Core dump

What should I do later?
I want you to help.


GVM/OpenVAS Libraries 9.0.3
OpenVAS Scanner 5.1.3
Greenbone Vulnerability/OpenVAS Manager
Greenbone Security Assistant 7.0.3

  1. Please install Development Tools
  2. Build sqlite3 (>= 3.28)

function build_sqlite3
    local sqlit3_file


    if [ ! -f "${sqlite3_file}" ]; then
        wget -O "${sqlite3_file}" -c

    yum install -y tk-devel
    tar xvf sqlite-version-3.28.0.tar.gz && cd sqlite-version-3.28.0/

    ./configure --prefix=/usr
    make && make install

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Thank you for your prompt reply.

Once you did what you told me, the problem was resolved.


Please note that this community portal should be used to get support for software provided by Greenbone (like e.g. GVM, the GCE and similar).

Basic linux administration and installation support of 3rdparty components like sqlite is out of the scope of this forum.

For such topics please get in touch with a support channel (e.g. RHEL support) of your choice providing such installation / configuration help for your specific used linux distribution.

Thanks for your understanding.

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