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Re: Re: GUI for MySQL Server
  • From: John Pettigrew <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 19:52:57 +0100
  • Message-id: <gemini.i1s74900gl4ww063s@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
In a previous message, steve-ss <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Sunday 01 August 2004 15:48, John Pettigrew wrote:
>
> > > On Sunday 01 August 2004 00:29, Dalton Silva Ribeiro
> Filho wrote:
> > > > Anyone know a GUI where I can start MySQL Server?
>
> You can use yast to start the mysql server.

To clarify my former post - the best way to *start* the MySQL server is, of
course, simply to use the YaST runlevel editor and enable it for runlevel 5
(and any others you want).

> I can't see how any other gui would help you to do so. I don't think any gui
> will ease the steep learning curve. In the end you'll have to type commands
> anyway so you may as well do that in text mode.

But the point of using Rekall (or whatever) is that it does completely
insulate you from the command line. IIRC, you have to use it to create an
initial database file in MySQL, but everything else can be done in Rekall -
table creation, form design, data entry, querying, reporting - without using
any SQL at all.

John
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