Mudbag Building a simple database with MudbagFeb 28, 2006
If you are looking for a quick and simple database system you can access with a browser, try Mudbag.more »
OpenOffice.org Base Building a database application using OOo BaseNov 30, 2005
If you need a quick and easy solution, try building your own database application in OpenOffice.org 2.0.more »
Tellico Tellico Desktop DatabaseJul 31, 2005
Linux has a fantastic collection of database servers, but many users just want a simple desktop database. Tellico fills the niche.more »
Charly's Column The Sysadmin’s Daily Grind: MtopJun 30, 2005
It would be great if every MySQL database enjoyed perfect health 24 by 7, but unfortunately, trouble sometimes strikes. A logfile isn’t much help if you are investigating why a database is flooded with requests. Mtop to the rescue.more »
MySQL Backups Manager Backing Up MySQL Databases with MySQL Backups ManagerMay 31, 2005
Your web hoster is fine with serving up HTML, but when it comes to backing up a simple MySQL database, you are often on your own. Or are you?more »
Knoda: Forms & Reports Managing databases on KDEMar 31, 2005
Knoda is a user-friendly KDE program that makes database management an intuitive experience. In Part 2 of our workshop, we investigate how to create forms and print reports with Knoda.more »
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