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Old 18th May 2013
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Default GUI for MYSQL55

Hi,
I search GUI tools for Mysql55 on freebsd 9.1p3, because mysql_workbench52 is not supported.
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===>  mysql-workbench-oss52-5.2.1_8 cannot install: does not work with MySQL version 55 (MySQL 41 55 not supported).
where are a software GUI tools for Mysql 55 ?

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databases/phpmyadmin, however it's web based
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IMHO phpmyadmin has one of the most confusing interfaces ever. I prefer to use Adminer, which offers similar (web-based) functionality with a sane UI.

For desktop apps, I like HeidiSQL. It's a Windows program, but works reasonably well with wine.
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You can also try Chive.

A while ago, Stuart Henderson, an OpenBSD developer, suggested this on the OBSD mailing list as a more secure alternative to phpMyAdmin.
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