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Database applications for Linux

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Hi, guys,

 

I wanted to hear users' opinions about database applications for Linux. I have installed and use Symphytum 2.1 - it is a nice and simple DB application. I managed to install Glom but it seems to be rather outdated (2011 or so). I am looking for a replacement for FileMaker Pro.

 

I have LibreOffice Base and Kexi as a part of the Calligra Office.

 

Any other suggestions? Which one is bbetter?

 

Thank you,

 

Val

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I used SQLite Database Browser for SQLite, and Nextcloud Snap for my personal "database" in broader sense. :)

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CherryTree is nice to manage all kinds of collections.

$ sudo apt-get install cherrytree

 

For web I use MySQL with phpMyAdmin to manage the databases.

Sqliteman is a small manager to create SQLite databases.

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Hi, SmartDuck and others,

 

I've been using CherryTree for a while but never thought of using it for the DB purpose. I need to look into this.

 

@Rongxiang Li

 

I have never used MariaDB. I need to check it out.

 

Val

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I have never used MariaDB. I need to check it out.

 

MariaDB is not perfect, but there was a time when folks would talk about specific unique environments such as PostgreSQL because it found them employment, MariaDB these days is somewhat the sort of database that can be tricky in some cases yet it finds people jobs too.

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