mysql Workbench alterantive for mageia8

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mysql Workbench alterantive for mageia8

Postby bitit » May 29th, '21, 17:53

Is there an alternative software to mysql Workbench in mageia 8? or has anyone tested an installation by source of fedora package ?

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Re: mysql Workbench alterantive for mageia8

Postby doktor5000 » May 29th, '21, 18:57

You could have used the search function, this was already asked. There are some alternatives listed under the link at https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mysql-workbench-replacement/
More are listed at https://alternativeto.net/software/mysq ... form=linux

If you're interested in the fedora package, why don't you try the installation yourself ?
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Re: mysql Workbench alterantive for mageia8

Postby bitit » May 29th, '21, 20:47

You could have used the search function, this was already asked. There are some alternatives listed under the link at https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mysql-workbench-replacement/
More are listed at https://alternativeto.net/software/mysq ... form=linux


Ok thank you, i will try to explain myself better:
to start excuse me for my poor english
the link that you suggested goes to https://mariadb.com/kb/en/graphical-and ... d-clients/
and this is a list of possible client, i have triedto search in mcc , software installations manager and surely i have found
phpMyAdmin

you know better than me that it is not so hard to install it without the official package but it is madatory to install also apache and a complete web server; plase you must use a browser. phpMyAdmin is not exactly a pure client.

so sorry if i took the liberty of posting this simple question in the mageia forum, as i assume a forum is for that, right?

If you're interested in the fedora package, why don't you try the installation yourself ?


i have tried but libc.do.6. is missing .
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Re: mysql Workbench alterantive for mageia8

Postby doktor5000 » May 30th, '21, 00:55

You would have to install via urpmi --allow-nodeps as some of the dependencies might be named slightly different.

For mysql-workbench alternatives, there are also some listed there that should work without any webserver, e.g. dbeaver or SQuirreL which only need an installed java JRE.
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