I'm trying to install SQLite 3 (in Debian OS) and for that purpose I did this: sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get install sqlite3
And the Terminal gives me these errors:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/apt-listchanges --apt || test $? -lt 10 returned an error code (1) E: Failure running script /usr/bin/apt-listchanges --apt || test $? -lt 10
Which I can't solve. I'm really curious why the last command line doesn't work.
I also tried other method by downloading the .tar file from https://www.sqlite.org/download.html and unzipping it. Then I did all the methods required to install SQLite3.
Supposedly I have it on my software but when I simply type sqlite3 in the terminal there are these tracebacks:
/usr/local/bin/sqlite3: line 1: fg: no job control /usr/local/bin/sqlite3: line 2: syntax error near unexpected token 'ImageMagick' /usr/local/bin/sqlite3: line 2: '%%Creator: (ImageMagick)'
Does it mean I have SQLite installed but there are problems associated with it?

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    Can you include the complete error that you get when you run sudo apt-get install sqlite3? What kind of system is this running on? – duskwuff Aug 13 at 20:32
  • Before those 2 lines it retrieves only this error message: /bin/sh: 1: /usr/bin/apt-listchanges: not found – n.mont Aug 13 at 20:51

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