I used KMySQL when I was working on my project and found it fairly nice
to use, being able to be simultaneously connected as different users was
fairly useful as well.
Just had a look at thier webpage and they seem to have added a load of new
featurs, but the core frontend is still there and quite usable IMHO.
Thier website is http://ksql.sourceforge.net/
On Sun, 28 May 2000, It appears Niall O Broin said.......
> I know we've a few MySQL users here, so I wonder if any of you have tried
> any X-based GUI clients for MySQL ? I've just downloaded version 1.7.1 of
> MySQLGUI from TCX in both static and semi-static binary form and although
> they both work, I can't see how (or perhaps I'm missing something) to edit
> records, which is what I need now. I've lived without this for a long time,
> never really necessary, but now I'm on an MP3 binge using grip and Digital
> Jukebox and I'd like to edit some of the crap that CDDB turns up. I've tried
> xmysql in the past, but right now I can't locate a source for it (yes, I
> tried Freshmeat and rpmfind - no joy).
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