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Re: [vox-tech] Free cross platform database applications
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Re: [vox-tech] Free cross platform database applications

Quoting Rod Roark (rod@sunsetsystems.com):

> Looking for an easy-to-use open source database management tool, maybe
> sort of like MS Access.

'Databases, Casual' on http://linuxmafia.com/kb/Apps/ is a place where I
aggregate blurbs I've encountered about possible options.  The usual
disclaimer applies:  I've not used them; I've only read about them.

Disclaimer #2:  It's been six years since I gave that page the
once-over, so there may _well_ be good options not mentioned.  At the
time I last revised the page, this seemed to be an application category
that on Linux/BSD was just beginning to flower.

You will notice separate entries in the knowledgebase index for
'Databases, SQL' and 'Databases, xBase'.  I divided out the original
'Databases' page into three parts, because it struck me that those types
served almost completely different audiences and needs.

Rick Moen                 "Has Google looked at the appropriateness of indexing 
rick@linuxmafia.com       #WikiLeaks?  The answer is yes, and we decided to 
McQ!  (4x80)              continue.  Because it's legal."       -- Eric Schmidt  
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