I've got sqlite 3.3.6 installed through ''yum'', but I need 3.6+. There's no RPM to be found for it, so I decided to install from source. That was simple enough, but now I have both versions installed, which is problematic.
I'd like to get rid of the old version, but if I were to run ''yum erase sqlite'', that would obliterate several things that depend on SQLite. Is there some way to tell the package manager to use the version I installed instead, without going to the trouble of creating an RPM for it?
Also, could someone explain this baffling interaction from after I installed 18.104.22.168 from source (Edit: see gnaman's answer below):
> sqlite3 -version 3.3.6 > which sqlite3 /usr/local/bin/sqlite3 > /usr/local/bin/sqlite3 -version 22.214.171.124