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 recommendations?
I have tried
And hated them both...
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I run the SQLyog Community Edition in wine. It's got a reduced feature-set though, so it might be missing what you like from the commercial version. But you should be able to run the commercial version in wine too.
Give a try to MySQL Administrator, this GUI tool is succeeding in all the tasks that I have performed to the date. I am also using MySQL Query Browser. Both them can be found in Synaptic in Ubuntu 10.10 and I have notices that they are also in 11.04
Please inform how did you do with this suggestion as I am going to move to 11.04 and I will really appreciate if you drop a message with your experiences on this, so I can have a preview of what am I going to face.
I am following your question closely.
The most comprehensive database manager I've used is Navicat due to the fact it supports lots of different databases and allows you to connect to multiple servers. For general day-to-day use I still find phpmyadmin is the most efficient at getting things done.
Try SIDU for MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite:
I didn`t find any good native Linux Mysql client, too.
Navicat is really very handy and powerful client, in the official site you can find free "Linux versions". But if you will download it, you will see that in fact it is Windows executable with preconfigured Wine :). But it works pretty good.
Another good Windows client is HeidiSQL. It is active open-source project written in Delphi. Client have a lot of useful functions like filtering records, exporting and importing data. It works quite good in Wine, but I faced some bugs with GUI (e.g. ugly toolbar icons).