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hello, i'm trying to find a good front end for mysql. i know almost nothing of mysql coding, so it needs to be simple. i've tried to get it to ...
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    front end for mysql


    hello,

    i'm trying to find a good front end for mysql. i know almost nothing of mysql coding, so it needs to be simple. i've tried to get it to work with openoffice, but regardless many sites, tips and tricks, it still doesnt work. (i can't edit my tables, even after the grant command)

    i've been working in navicat the last days, but i can't print out reports on that. apparently only the windows version has that feature, wich is rather annoying, cause i need decent print-outs of my data.

    i just don't find what i'm looking for. (probably looking in the wrong direction, i don't know)

    has onyone a clue?

    greetz,

    wimbo

    ps. i'm using gentoo with enlightenment

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    probably the most popular front end for mysql is the phpMyAdmin where you can find at:

    http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/index.php

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    Another alternative is Webmin (http://www.webmin.com) which is very newbie friendly as you just need to run an rpm to install it.

    Then go to https://localhost:10000 log in using root, click on servers, MySQL. No knowledge of SQL required!

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