in reply to Re^5: Help with Geo::IP output
in thread Help with Geo::IP output

Running sqlite/sqlite3 from the command prompt should let you know if it is there. If not local::lib/DBD::SQLite. You host would be better placed to questions. If not it may be worth shopping around, a dual core x86/2GB RAM VPS with 20GB storage costs me less than 3 a month.

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Re^7: Help with Geo::IP output
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 24, 2020 at 16:05 UTC

    Thanks. I just checked with sqlite3 at the command line and yes, the command works. But how do I use it with App::geoip?

      Create a database, then provide the connection details either via the command line argument or your config file.

        Thank you so much for your patience. I have created an SQLite db...but unlike MySQL where I know what the connection details are (e.g. db_user, db_password,...), I do not know what these are for SQLite. What does the config file look like?