MySQL Curses interface
kd7cyu at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 7 14:04:23 UTC 2008
Phpmyadmin works reasonably well with lynx. Unfortunately your coices are
that or learning sql.
On Mon, 7 Apr 2008, Tony Baechler wrote:
> Thanks, but that won't help me. This would be running on a production server
> at a remote location with ssh, so the only browser I could use would be Lynx
> the cat or a similar text browser. Yes, I can make phpmyadmin available
> remotely but that poses unnecessary security risks. It would be impossible
> for me to run Orca on that server anyway as it doesn't even have a sound card
> and it is impossible for me to access it locally.
> Janina Sajka wrote:
>> No, I don't know of a ncurses mysql interface. However, I would like to
>> report that phpMyAdmin now appears to work pretty well with Orca and
>> Firefox 3.
>> Tony Baechler writes:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm looking for a means of working with MySQL databases via a curses
>>> interface. I looked through Debian with all the keywords I could think of
>>> but only found GUI clients. The problem with the regular MySQL Monitor is
>>> that it's very hard to use unless you know SQL which I definitely don't.
>>> I guess I'm looking for something like phpmyadmin or mysql-admin but that
>>> doesn't require a web browser or a GUI. Do you have any suggestions? Any
>>> help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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