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Creating a database with MySQL Administrator

Dec 10, 2009, 14:17 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)


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"And, to make matters even easier, MySQL Administrator is found in the standard distribution repositories, so installation is a breeze. And MySQL Administrator is available for both Linux and Windows, so even the non-Linux crowd can enjoy this fantastic tool. In this article you will see how to install MySQL Administrator as well as create a schema (aka database) and a table for your database.


"As you would expect, all you need to do is fire up your software installation tool (such as Synaptic or the Ubuntu Software Center), do a search for “mysql administrator”, select the results, and install. You should already have a running MySQL installation, but if you do not the software installer should pick up all of the dependencies.

"Once installed you will find this tool located in the Programming sub-menu of the Applications menu."

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