Business Software Databases SQLyog for Linux

SQLyog for Linux 4.1 for Linux

by Webyog

Avg. Rating 3.8 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.9 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Linux
Date Added
Total Downloads 13,278
Publisher Webyog
Homepage SQLyog
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Publisher's Description

SQLyog is a fast, compact Win32 Front End for MySQL. Execute multiple queries, export data in CSV, HTML & XML. Import from textfile. Export data and schema itself. Flush hosts/logs, etc. Diagnose your databases and much more.

Latest Reviews

Frostek

Frostek reviewed v4.1 on Sep 20, 2008

The current version is 7.1 - same as on Windows.

Don Juan

Don Juan reviewed v4.1 on May 30, 2006

Interface is kind of cluttered looking and not as intuitive as it could be. Took me a while to figure out how to run a query. If you terminate the query with a semicolon and try to to execute it, it won't work, either have to leave off the semicolon or place the cursor in the middle of the query.

I think I'll just stick with the official tools for now. They are much cleaner looking and more intuitive, and also released under the GNU GPL. They can be located at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads. Just scroll down to where it says "MySQL Tools".

MySQL also develops Graphical User Interface applications for administering MySQL Server and working with data.

* MySQL Migration Toolkit -- Migrate from your legacy databases
* MySQL Workbench -- A database design tool for MySQL
* MySQL Administrator -- Administer MySQL Server
* MySQL Query Browser -- Use this graphical client to work with your MySQL databases and run queries

Avg. Rating 3.8 (12 votes)
Your Rating
Frostek

Frostek reviewed v4.1 on Sep 20, 2008

The current version is 7.1 - same as on Windows.

Don Juan

Don Juan reviewed v4.1 on May 30, 2006

Interface is kind of cluttered looking and not as intuitive as it could be. Took me a while to figure out how to run a query. If you terminate the query with a semicolon and try to to execute it, it won't work, either have to leave off the semicolon or place the cursor in the middle of the query.

I think I'll just stick with the official tools for now. They are much cleaner looking and more intuitive, and also released under the GNU GPL. They can be located at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads. Just scroll down to where it says "MySQL Tools".

MySQL also develops Graphical User Interface applications for administering MySQL Server and working with data.

* MySQL Migration Toolkit -- Migrate from your legacy databases
* MySQL Workbench -- A database design tool for MySQL
* MySQL Administrator -- Administer MySQL Server
* MySQL Query Browser -- Use this graphical client to work with your MySQL databases and run queries

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