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Issues while udating software and installing mysqlserver

Note -: I removed 2 obliq lines after colon below as was giving error while posting question W:Failed to fetch http:archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/precise/Release.gpg Something wicked happened ...
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What alternatives to MS Access exist for database management on the Ubuntu platform (LibreOffice Base isn't cutting it) [duplicate]

I have a web-based MySQL database, which is very important. I have used the MySQL Connector to allow me to use an MS Access database to query, and clean up my database, through an ODBC connection. ...
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GUI mysql tool for multiple databases

I have two discrete mysql databases (located in different servers). In windows, I can use odbc and ms access and query from tables residing in different databases. In ubuntu, is there a way or tool to ...
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Any good SQL shell programs?

I want to practice SQL commands on Ubuntu. I would just like to play with different commands and keywords. Where can I find something that helps? I don't want to install any server. I need a small ...
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MySQL Automatic backup tools

I use back-in-time for backuping up my projects. but my Database's are not included. I'd like to backup all database's scheduling by day or hours. Is there any tool to backup MySQL automatically?
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Are there any GUIs for Mysql? What is recommended? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: MySQL GUI Tools I am looking for a mysql GUI for ubuntu 11.04. I am looking for one with a feature set comparable to sqlyog for windows. Does anyone have any ...
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What is a good MySQL manager?

On Windows, I use SQLyog. And I am new to Ubuntu. Is there a mysql manager programs as good as SQLyog ?
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MySQL GUI Tools

Does anyone have any good ideas as to native MySQL GUI clients for Ubuntu? So far I've tried MySQL Workbench, which never seemed to work properly, phpMyAdmin which I found a bit slow, and Navicat ...