Install SQL Buddy (A Web Based MySQL Administration) Tool for RHEL / CentOS / Fedora

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4 Responses

  1. Sathish says:

    I prefer SQLyog from It is feature rich for MySQL management and very intuitive.

  2. viliam says:

    Take a look on free tool Valentina Studio, is the best way to transform your data into meaningful information; create, administer, query and explore Valentina DB, MySQL, Postgre and SQLite databases for free on 32/64 bit Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

  3. scorpio2k2 says:

    phpmyadmin is not enough ? why should I use this?

    • SergeiK says:

      If you are a beginner to MySQL administration and don’t need multiple functions phpmyadmin – will be enough for you. I used phpmyadmin when I needed simple to import or export MySQL database to/from my sites on wordpress. But if you want to jump to a new level of MySQL management and administration, have lots of features and really comfortable and intuitive graphical user intarface, then I’ll recommend you to try Devart’s dbForge Studio for MySQL – . I started to use it long ago and its suits all me needs. With version 6.0 it improved the functional significantly!

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