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From:mos Date:July 10 2009 4:18pm
Subject:Re: MySQL Windows version
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At 11:08 AM 7/10/2009, russbucket wrote:
>I have been using the Linux version of MySQL for five years, also used it on
>a Windows ME system even though documents said you couldn't. Recent a friend
>asked me to help him get it up and running on a Windows Vista system.
>I was looking for the system configuration requirements but could not find
>them in the manual (or I missed them)? We want to use localhost.
>Do you need Apache and PHP?

Only if you need to access MySQL from PHP via browser. If you are a 
programmer then there are many languages like Delphi that can access MySQL 
directly using a 3rd party component, or use ODBC from most programs that 
can access a database.

>  Is there a Windows application that works like
>phpMyAdmin? I tried MySQLAdmin on my Linux system, but I could not cut and
>paste SQL Commands into the editor.

Try SQLYog since it is my favorite. Download the free community edition at

>Anything pointing to the above would be helpful.
>Thanks in advance.
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MySQL Windows versionrussbucket10 Jul
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    • Re: MySQL Windows versionB J Ambrose11 Jul
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