How to Manage SQL SERVER from GUI

For database management, it is more user-friendly to use graphical tools:

  • MySQL/Mariadb:

    • phpMyAdmin.noarch : A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB

sudo dnf install phpMyAdmin
  • MySQL Specific:

    • MySQL Workbench is a unified visual tool for database architects, developers, and DBAs.

  • Mixed:

    • DBeaver Community Universal Database Manager.

flatpak install io.dbeaver.DBeaverCommunity
  • PostgreSQL client for DBeaver Community

flatpak install io.dbeaver.DBeaverCommunity.Client.pgsql
  • MariaDB client for DBeaver Community

flatpak install io.dbeaver.DBeaverCommunity.Client.mariadb
  • PostgreSQL:

    • pgadmin3 Graphical client for PostgreSQL

sudo dnf install pgadmin3
  • phpPgAdmin - A web interface for PostgreSQL

for Fedora ⇐ 32

sudo dnf install phpPgAdmin

for Fedora >= 33

Installation

The installation of the postgresql GUI web-server is a little bit different in comparison to older Fedora because the package is out of the repo.

  1. We assume you have php installed on your server and Working.

  2. Download the latest from GitHub repo:

sudo tar xf phpPgAdmin-x.y.z.tar.bz2 -C /var/www/phpPgadmin

In order to make phpPgAdmin navigable, we create a configuration file for the web service (Apache in this case):

sudo nano /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpPgAdmin.conf

The content will be an alias that will point to the installation path of the application:

Alias /phppgadmin /var/www/phpPgAdmin

Save the file and Reload the Web Service:

sudo systemctl reload httpd

phpPgAdmin requires the presence in Fedora 31 of certain PHP extensions, mainly the one that allows the connection with the database service, which we will install from the system repositories:

sudo dnf install -y php-pgsql

To access the web installer of phpPgAdmin in Fedora from a browser we will indicate the IP address or DNS name of the server followed by the alias we have defined and follow the steps requested.

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