Posts Tagged ‘mysql’

Typo3 Winstaller – Windows Typo3 Environment

Monday, January 31st, 2011

If you’re looking for a free webserver, you might want to check this one out …

Typo3 is a powerful Open Source content management system that runs on system that support recent versions of PHP and MySQL. Linux users usually do not have a problem installing PHP and MySQL on their systems, while Windows users may have troubles finding a solution to run them on their system.


Incredibly Simple MySQL Administration with SQL Buddy

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

“Simple” is almost always a good thing …

If you have a need to manage MySQL databases, you know that learning the syntax for the various MySQL tools can be a real nightmare. Fortunately there are tools out there that make this job far more easy. But of the web-based tools, which are easiest? You might have given phpMyAdmin a try, but found it a bit complex to get up and running (if you’re curious about phpMyAdmin, read my article “Install phpmyadmin for easy MySQL administration“). If that is the case, and you’re still looking for an easy way to manage your MySQL databases, look no further than SQL Buddy.


Use gkDebconf to Reconfigure Programs that Use debconf

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Here’s another neat tool for Linux users …

There are certain applications, such as MySQL and Apache that are configured upon installation. The most familiar to you might be MySQL. At the point of installation you configure the server address, admin password, etc. But what happens when you need to reconfigure that tool and you don’t want to go through the process of unistalling/reinstalling? Fortunately there is a tool to handle that task. That tool is dpkg-reconfigure.¬†Of course this tool is a command line tool and many newer users do not want to bother with commands.