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So, I'm at school right now. In programming (actually coding) class.

I managed to get working Apache and everything's fine.
Got MySQL runnin', which is nice. But then it turned out that I had to use terminal for all the SQL commando's I had to put inside. I'm not close to that good to manage database by commands. So I wanted to use phpmyadmin, which prompted thousands errors and I can't even look into a table I just set up.

Does somebody know Ubuntu friendly MySQL database manager?

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Last Post by RikTelner
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You can install phpmyadmin:

sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin

I hope it will work with your previous xampp install.

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That's not funny dude.
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So I wanted to use phpmyadmin, which prompted thousands errors and I can't even look into a table I just set up.

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You can install phpmyadmin:

Are you frickin' serious?

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Sorry, I'm using phpmyadmin very often in kubuntu and it works very well. Perhaps your unorthodox install of xampp instead of lamp creates problems. I would look in the xampp documentation if I were you.

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Perhaps your unorthodox install of xampp instead of lamp creates problems.

"Unorthdox". Baloney... that's what it's called, bull****. XAMPP was downloaded in Linux version. There's nothing about Windows to it.

Anybody answer?

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MySQL Workbench

Nope. Tried this one. But answer is already solved, you can manually install phpmyadmin because one that comes with Ubuntu, fails.

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