$ sudo apt-get install sqliteman* sqlite3*
gives me a display that includes this:
... Recommended packages: bacula-sd-mysql bacula-sd-tools cl-sql-backend ada-reference-manual gdb-minimal php-http-oauth The following NEW packages will be installed: ada-reference-manual-2005 akonadi-backend-mysql akonadi-backend-sqlite akonadi-server aolserver4-core aolserver4-daemon aolserver4-doc aolserver4-nssqlite3 apache2 apache2-bin apache2-data autoconf automake ... texlive-xetex tidy tinymce tipa tk8.5 tntdb-sqlite4 tree tzdata-java ulogd ulogd-sqlite3 ulogd2 ulogd2-sqlite3 uwsgi-core uwsgi-plugin-sqlite3 vim vim-addon-manager vim-runtime wx-common wx2.8-headers wxsqlite3-2.8-dbg wxsqlite3-doc zabbix-proxy-sqlite3 zend-framework zend-framework-bin ... 0 upgraded, 797 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 1 329 MB of archives. After this operation, 3 926 MB of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
Checking the list I see among others 'TeX, ruby, r-cran, php. openjdk, ocaml, mysql, mono, lua, libreoffice, libjs, libghc, latex, gnustep, gcc-4.6, autotools, bacula. apache2, aolserver, ...'
This list seems so overly long and content-rich that I said No for that install.
Anyone with insight here?
All I want is to get "up and running" on sqlite3 (and nothing else).
I'm a bit of a beginner on SQL,
but see the usefulness both in private projects and at work.
In the end, the basic question:
Is there some way to reduce that list to a more reasonable one?