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Re: [vox-tech] Re: mysql: printing all users and databases
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Re: [vox-tech] Re: mysql: printing all users and databases

i would have to second this. without phpmyadmin, i probably wouldn't have
been able to figure out mysql in my early days of experimenting with it.


> On Monday, Mar 15 2004, Peter Jay Salzman spake thus:
>> i'll give it a try.  i have to say, i'm a little disheartened with
>> mysql.  i just want it to "work" and be secure.
> If dealing with mysql seems to give you a headache you should try
> phpMyAdmin.  It's a web based front end to MySQL administration and it
> absolutely rocks.  I know what some people think about using web based
> administration tools, but this project is the exception to the rule.
> Big time.  I don't like to administer mysql without it.
> If you're on a debian system you should just be able to:
> "apt-get phpmyadmin"
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> | sam -- Programmer I                                                |
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