Installing MySql Workbench in Fedora

MySQL Workbench is a nice GUI frontend tool for MySql.

First, to install it i downloaded the rpm package from MySql website. Then i tried installing it by using the rpm installer found by default
in my system. However there were some dependency problems and so it didnt get installed.

Then i found the following tip at stackoverflow.com
yum localinstall mysql-workbench-whatever.rpm
It was said that the above command would resolve and install the dependencies.But that failed too!

finally in the same website i found another tip to get through the installation. Just execute the following commands:

wget http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-11.rpm
rpm -Uvh remi-release-11.rpm
yum –enablerepo=remi install mysql-workbench

and yes! finally i succeeded 🙂

Then i found something else interesting: Navicat

You can download and use the non-commercial edition for free. Get it <here>

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One comment on “Installing MySql Workbench in Fedora

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