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Is there something like mysql development workbench available for linux?

 
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Is there some MySQL development workbench which allows us to easily manage and develop MySQL databases?

I saw that mysql site has them available for windows only.

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From mysql.com: " Please note that at this point only the Windows Beta version is available. Linux and OS X releases will be available in 2008."

If you look n the GUI tools section there are GUI tools to manage a database at least in a rudimentary way, http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/gui-tools/5.0.html


I was able to download the alpha version of workbench through openSuSe's package manager.
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