At 1:04 PM -0500 7/14/99, Huynh, Long wrote:
>Does a client on a Linux workstation need a client software installed in
>order to connect to the MySQL server?
Well, sure. Isn't that a little like asking whether or not you need
a mail client to connect to your mail server?
>If there is, which is it and how do you run it?
It depends on what you want to do. The mysql client allows you to issue
SQL queries and displays the results for you to see. mysqladmin allows
you to perform administrative operations. mysqldump and mysqlimport
allow you to export and import data.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped